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... square in Carmelo had a couple of options, one of which worked.
Turns out the hostel does not exist where stated and most
hotels near the river, about 10 blocks from the Plaza. Had to go to the ferry
terminal to get decent info and a map and then settled on a nearby hotel after
exhausting 3 other, 2 of which were unmanned – 700 pesos and not nice!
... are either packaged or can be found fresh in any bakery. They always consist of a sandwich made with dulce de leche smeared generously between two cookies. Dulce de leche is milk caramel found on every breakfast table in these parts and which takes up at least one entire shelf in the condiment isle of every grocery store in Argentina and Uruguay. The sandwich, once filled, can then either be rolled in coconut shavings or covered in chocolate. The ...
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zakonczony 12 km ĘtrekingiemĘpo plazy. z bagazami.
ale po kolei.
rano ruszylismy z Montevideo do Piriapolis, malowniczego miasteczka otoczonego przez trzy najwyzsze szczyty w Urugwaju. Najwyzszy ma az 500m, dwa kolejnie 450 i okolo 400. niektorym udzielal sie jeszcze nastroj dnia transportisty, wiec miasteczko raczej spalo i nie moglismy wjechac wyciagiem krzeselkowym na trzeci najwyzszy szczyt Urugwaju zeby podziwiac ...
... Bikini beach, approximately 15 km up the coast from Punta is supposedly the place to see and be seen – how appropriate for HSBC premier!
In reality, Punta is dead – it really only gets busy here from December to mid-February. I knew this before coming but thought what better than a week of relaxation, 30 degree weather and a perfectly located flat on the point with views on the sea – many thanks Catherine! (see building photo with a little sign ...
... for several decades, Punta has more recently sucked away its visitors and its vitality.
But Punta can't take away the gorgeous views from Mt. San Antonio, and a few people have taken notice. We're told that there are small enclaves of Americans, Germans and Canadians scattered around town.