Le Club Posada
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... He even showed us a commercial he recently shot for Verizon. We thought that was funny since I used to work for Verizon Wireless. We took him up on his offer. He owns a 1981 Honda Accord. It was in almost mint condition and only had 40K miles. We stopped at a lookout point for Punta del Este on the way which was really nice. He even drove us along the river as we entered Montevideo, which was great to see.
... back to Patricia’s home, and visited with her and her partner Omar who was the only Uruguayan. Patricia’s mother was American and her father was English and, in answer to our curiosity about Alex….her father was Argentinian. However, they all had lived in Uruguay for many years and have a very strong love of the country. We learned that Uruguay is the only country in Latin American that has free range cattle and Patricia told us all about the ...
... door's fan screeching and clicking. We got out or bed at 6 both in a filthy mood and decided to pay whatever to get a room together with aircon. While I scoured the net, Scott went back to bed to attempt some more sleep. He did sleep. For about an hour. I went into the hell hole of heat to get my purse (and pay for new accommodation) and found scott, sleepy eyed but standing on the below bunk with his bunk in pieces around him. See pics. The Ikea bunk ...
... and all the labels are in town, so it was quite a change of scene. The beaches were nice enough and the place was unsurprisingly light on people again, but it was a little sad to be back in civilisation. It felt a little like the Gold Coast or Spain and the Lapataia Dulce de Leche (delicious caramelised condensed milk!) farm was closed, so we decided to head to on fairly swiftly. The Uruguayan capital of Montevideo next ...
... from us. They are American-Asians, obviously professional, and with their i-pad, which they are using with the free wi-fi. They have a two hour running battle with the conductor, who keeps telling them they don’t have a valid ticket or documentation for the bus, while the girls maintain that their travel agent said their bus ticket was included. Dianne tells them that the ticket costs about US$7.50, and one of the girls remarks that he is making such a ...