Posada de Piedra
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPosada de Piedra Punta del Este
Once you find the place (no signage and don't trust google maps) you will see it's a total retreat. beautifully decorated and great service. you can pay the same amount in town and what you'll get there is just standard. what you'll get here is remarkable.
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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!
... was my final destination.
The trip up to Punte del Este was fairly bland to be honest and the lady with the microphone I felt was trying her best to make coal look like gold.From my perspective we were clearly traveling within an infra structure far more prosperous than Paraguay and evidence of social degradation could not really be seen,it was clear that Uruguay had definitely climbed its way out of "emerging economy" status and was now looking very close to "first ...
... told them to carry on and I would meet them upstairs on the ferry. They looked apologetic as I wondered what the people (including them) in attendance, thought of my predicament. What was the thoughts towards myself,
being the only exception, to encounter this significant delay? As I looked back towards the queue I had come from, the people there looked annoyed. So much for the friendly welcomes and encounters.
It was yet another minute before the female ...
... me goodbye temporarily. (They were due in Punta Del Este the day after). So after that my exit was complete. There was no gratitude nor farewells from the staff upon check out. No tears were shed on my behalf.
Myself and Darius waited on an adjacent road and hailed a cab to the bus station (Tres Cruces terminal). It is situated on Avenida Bulevar Artigas at number 1825 and occupies the ground floor of the three-story shopping mall. It was a short ride and ...
... shade from the scorching sun. The weather was absolutely brilliant in the shade, but once we left cover, the sun had no mercy. Today was probably not a good morning to run out of sun screen. We walked past the markets and down the expensive shopping street of Avenida Gorlero. We window shopped mostly since we didn't have cash and couldn't buy anything if we did, but we did stop into a bookstore. Our stay was shortened when Lindsey nearly knocked over all the books stacked on ...