Villa de Mar Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... of ****** for the first two days, with rain and alot of wind. It was actually kind of cold. We did get a few short walks in and also were able to watch all the surfers that were out because of the nice waves created by the storm. We saw about 20-30 surfers in a very small area fighting for waves. One night it was raining pretty hard so we ordered pizza to be delivered. We split the pizza with Martin (our room mate) ...
... the Atlantic Ocean. The sea then is not that warm. We also wandered around to the port which was all very nice.
This town is where the rich and famous of Uru, Arg and Brazil come to hang out. There are lots and lots of high rises, very few of which had any lights on come nightfall. Still in the low season lots of places aren't open but I imagine it being absolutely rammed come summer. As such ...
... mid-day. The fact that you can get your hair done at the pharmacy also speaks volumes about accessibility during post summer months. But it was all worth it as the best surfing conditions are actually during the fall.
Let's clarify the term surfing a bit, shall we? Adam claims he doesn't really surf and that he only looks like a surfer because of the blonde highlights that appear after he's been in the sun a few days (he was once accused ...
Uruguay's coastline is a dramatically beautiful work of nature. Rio del Plata’s northern shores and its estuary are lines with inviting beaches. The enclaves of Piriapolis and Minas are nearer the capital, but the unchallenged queen of the Uruguayan resort area has long been Punta del Este.
The slender peninsula reaches out from the Maldonado Coast into the Southern Atlantic Ocean like a beckoning finger. Fringed with beaches, the resort community ...
Our last port of call before returning to solid ground was Punta del Este in Uruguay, famous for it's sandy beaches and some fingers that stick out of one of them.
It is very much a sun lovers paradise, beautiful apartments sandy beaches stretching all the way around the peninsula and a harbor with luxury yachts, no industrial port as the cruise ...