Villa Tierra del Sol
Travel Blogs from Piriapolis
... and wet and miserable outside, so we were happy to keep warm. In the corner of the pub, there was a little children's play area with a gorgeous dog sitting on the slide. Then it actually went down the slide and back up in the little house. We laughed as we watched him and the owner kept saying that the dog thinks it's a child! Chris befriended it quickly and as we were leaving, the owner told us its name is Stuart. Ha ha, funny name for a dog in Uruguay. We thought it would be ...
... flash round-cornered boutique hotel and an older brick block in need of repair.
The reception is friendly and efficient again, and we are soon in the semi-modern lift, and up to our room at the side of the hotel, with beach views if you care to lean out the window and look left. The room is a step up from the London, genuine 3-star, with cable TV, Aircon, an in-room safe, window roller shutters, a sort-of water view, beach access and a fridge. The ...
... We stayed at La Lomita del Chingolo, a guesthouse that is by far the nicest place we have been lucky enough to stay at. We booked 4 nights and enjoyed every one of them and lucky for us they were booked out following this or we would never leave. The couple who run the place (Alejandra and Rodreggo) went out of the way to ensure we always felt welcomed and at home. We spent the majority of time sprawled on the beach relaxing and ...
... so to speak. I don't know--maybe it's hard to leave messages, too.
Anyway, we're finding it’s a lot of work to do this and need to know if you're there. So…if you’re out there and you’re reading this, please know we long to hear from you.
And THANK YOU THANK YOU to those of you who have figured it out. We love your notes!But on to ...
... day and alternate our nights between a lively pub called Moby Dick and bar hopping in nearby La Barra (where you might pay US$50 as a cover charge to get into clubs during high season). Not much to report here. We got a lot of sun, did a lot of reading, napped in hammocks every afternoon, cooked every night at the hostel, and made some friends that we plan to catch up with in Brazil. Reading: The Story of Don Quixote by Miguel de ...
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services