Le Club Posada
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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After a couple of bus rides we arrived to the wonderful quiet town of Manantiales where we visited Soli and Anita, old friends of Lane from Aspen! We had a fantastic time there meeting great people, eating delicious food and stand-up paddling on the atlantic ocean (for me more "sit-down" paddling because of the big waves ;-) ) Also we were lucky that it was off-season, otherwise we would not have had the beach just for ...
... We went back to the hostel. The sun was so strong and so hot. I went and had a nap which was lovely. When I got up Stephen and I were just chilling in the hammock and we got chatting to this older guy from California nee was living in Punta del este. He used to be a farmer and then he spent years working on films and making sets. He was a really interesting guy. His name is Gino. So Stephen and him got chatting about the hempcrete and ...
... couple next door. Lets just say you can use your imagination on this one. Anyway, after Brett had a small freak out and banged all the walls we made it back to sleep. The following morning we headed down to Brava Beach to see the famous Monumento al Ahogado hand sclupture for some photos, and then shortly later that morning headed out of town to Colonial de ...
... with sandy beaches on both sides and palm trees aplenty. On the eastern shore, facing the open sea, there are big waves that attract hundreds of surfers every day throughout summer and on the western side the water is much more sheltered and calm making for pleasant swimming.
As we passed the tip of the peninsula and turned back towards the beaches at a point called Plaza de los Ingleses, we noticed a brown seal sunbathing on ...
... 8217;s most glamorous resorts, and easily the most expensive place in Uruguay. It’s extremely popular with Argentines and Brazilians.
The bus station is right at the downtown action, and we find from the information booth that our hotel is, indeed, only a few blocks away, and right on the beach, on the sheltered, western side of the point (punta). We take up our packs and walk, finding our hotel, both physically and architecturally between a ...