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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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 ...
... and these rooms were filled with his paintings, ceramics, photographs, books he had authored and more. What an incredible and prolific artist Carlos Paez Vilaro was and we were really happy that we had had the opportunity to visit this bizarre mansion and see his works.
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It was a restful day on the beach. We got plenty of reading done and ate some more empanadas. Eventually we went back to the hostel to get changed and ...
... in particular, is too buggered to party on, so we call it a night.
Monday 28th February Punta del Este (Uruguay)
We have no-where to go, and nothing to do, so have a lazy morning, and late breakfast, then pack a day-pack full of what we might need, and head out to look at the peninsular and the rest of the town. We walk the boardwalk above the beach dunes, then around the sea front, taking bird photos along the shore because our hearts ...
... and separately, against the back drop of the busy beach. Looking back they were cool moments. As it was relatively early and my curiosity was still about; the need to further explore was evident. Leonora had other ideas and wanted to return ‘home’. With both ideas in consideration, Gitte wanted to join me to explore. Little did I know this would be a problem soon.
The expedition started from the main strip of shops, some as we wandered into and others were passed by. ...