Calle 20 (El Remanso) No 877, Punta del Este, Uruguay
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Mornings by the sea
The beach in front of our bed and breakfast.
Sculptures are big in Punte del Este
Are there branches of US banks that are licensed to operate in Punta del Este so that I can cash checks and make deposits when I am there?
There´s a branch of BankBoston (The First National Bank of Boston) and Citibank, but I don´t knlw if you can make those transactions there.
Perhaps you can contact them. Try at www.bankboston.com.uy or www.citibank.com.uy (both in spanish).
Travel Tips for Punta del Este
Don't miss Jose Ignacio!!!
In the old days, José Ignacio was a fishing village but it started growing as many tourist began visiting the place to spend the day at its fabulous beaches and eat at its seafood restaurants. With time it turned out into an ultra exclusive retreat where celebrities and wealthy people have their summer residences overlooking the sea.
In spite of its growth it still remains a small village with only 2 or 3 lodges and a bunch of nice restaurants.
José Ignacio is a peninsula with natural bays that host the Playa Mansa to the west (with a beautiful sunset) and the Brava with stronger surf to the east where most people prefer to spend the day.
In a corner of the Mansa beach you can find the local fishermen, their orange boats and flocks of seagulls crying to be fed. Fresh fish is readily available here.
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East of Montevideo, Uruguay's capital, you will find one of the most exclusive vacation spots in South America. With it's beautiful blue coloured water beaches, bast nightlife, amazing mansions and beautiful people Punta is a place not to be missed when you visit South America.