Le Club Posada
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... advanage of the good weather too; out jogging, swimming, surfing, exercising in the parks. They play polo, soccer, sail, etc. In the water around, there are seals, sea lions and the whales pass through every year. They have parakeets here too. Quite a pesky bird but beautiful. We saw a beautiful light house built in 1860. On the Atlantic side beach there is a monument to man and nature working together. It is a hand coming up out of the ...
... neighborhoods gawking at the fabulous mansions and getting a feel for the area. We also stopped to get a closer look at this bizarre sculpture on the beach of an enormous hand with the individual fingers erupting out of the sand. When we got back to Jose Ignacio, we had dinner at a little rustic restaurant that was a few blocks from the container.
The weather improved the next day so, after another conversation with Patricia, who we were going to possibly hook ...
... 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 ...
... in front of us and stopped to watch it for a while. There's plenty of wildlife along Uruguay's beaches and you can go on trips to watch seals, sea lions and other coastal creatures. We continued past the surfers and up to Playa Brava, where we sat down in the afternoon sun and rested our legs.
The sun dipping in the sky signalled that it was time for us to head over to Playa Mansa on the western side of the peninsula and ...
... a promenade on the sea side, and benches. There were a lot of locals, some fishing, others drinking mate tea, others canoodling in the shelter of the sea-wall pillars. It all looked pretty innocent, so we walked along for a few blocks, past a run-down high rise block which looked like public housing, to another non-threatening street which took us back to the main street via a residential area with residents sitting on chairs outside their houses or ...