San Remo Terrazas Hotel
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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!
... the castle took literally no time at all we decided to continue on up the road about 1km to this animal research Center to see the grey foxes and capybaras lonely planet had mentioned, what they failed to mention was how good this place actually was. There was all sorts of animals and it was free!.
We started In the reptile section which had turtles, snakes and a tarantula but was overall pretty uninteresting so we zoomed through there and then spent a good amount ...
... cafes we had passed on the way became trendy restaurants and bars, and souvenir shops started to proliferate. We criss-crossed the old town, and came across the main street, where we headed back north to find the bank to take out $5000 UR$ (pesos, about $A250 worth). At this stage we started looking at the map to find the points of interest, ended up walking west down a side street toward the water, coming across a (once) mobile street hamburger van with a ...
... na dlugo pozostanie nam w pamieci jako przyklad zlego hostelu, zeby nie posluzyc sie bardziej kwiecistymi sformulowaniami.
ogolnie brod, smrod, brak cieplej wody, dziwni ludzie i 20 usd za lozko w 10cio osobowym dormie, ktory mial w dodatku powierzchnie okolo 15 m.kw.
dopiero rano okazalo sie ze miejscowosc ta nie jest pozbawiona bardziej przyzwoitych miejsc nocleogowych. jednak nasze zmeczenie nie pozwolilo nam tego dnia na dluzszy research.
... more thoughts.
Firstly, the weird bridges photo – a bit more of an explanation: initially there was only a small wooden bridge used to access La Barra, a small village up the coast from Punta del Este. Once this area developed a bit more, the bigger bridge was commissioned (in the 60’s) and the engineer decided to design it to represent the natural loadings - a bit like if using a piece of string between supports and a fairly new technology of ...