1949 Hostel

Address: Esquina 30 y 18. Centro., Punta del Este, 1425, Uruguay | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Esquina 30 y 18. Centro., Punta del Este, is near Casa del Pueblo.
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    Travel Blogs from Punta del Este

    The Miami of Uruguay

    A travel blog entry by beverlybrown on Mar 24, 2015

    3 comments, 20 photos

    We sailed all night again, going north up the coast of Uruguay. We are now in Punta Del Este (The Eastern Point). It is a narrow peninsula of land well suited for a tourist town or snow birds as we all call them. The population is 10,000 in the summer and 500,000 in the winter. The weather has just been wonderful for us, ranging from 60's in the mornings to 70's in the afternoon. Everywhere we go we see umbrellas for sale and the ship has some for ...

    A quick look at Uruguay, Buenos Aires, then home

    A travel blog entry by diannemurray on Mar 03, 2011

    107 photos

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    We are up and showered before 8, and up to breakfast by 8.30. Talk to some interesting travellers until the taxi shows up early. The Ezeiza taxi is new and the driver efficient but not talkative. We take a different route to the airport expressway, along a very long minor road with a lot of scary intersections to join a major road with lots of traffic held up by a train level-crossing. Even though we have crossed over before the train, the traffic in ...

    Happy 2010

    A travel blog entry by hess on Jan 03, 2010

    ... with these guys.” She swept her hand around the room and then called out to Alejando “You’ll look after her, won’t you?” and with a quick kiss she was gone and I was left alone in some stranger’s house on New Year’s Eve. I looked around embarrassingly smiling and thinking how the **** do I get back to Manantiales as getting a taxi was nigh on impossible and psychotically expensive. I thought something was bound to happen, ...

    Uruguay! or for the Bean U-R-Gay! :)

    A travel blog entry by selinam on Mar 30, 2008

    ... from this small hick-up we got to Punta del Este (PdE) in good time. Were disappointed about the rubbish weather but at the time we were hopeful (read: did not check internet forecast). There was some confusion at the bus station in PdE about what bus to take to Manantiales, a few kms outside of the main city. It was hard to communicate with our pidgeon spanish, english not too popular at the station itself although the local people who did not work there ...

    Just this side of the pretty resort, please.

    A travel blog entry by tabonyhl on Mar 30, 2007

    ... on board as the door slammed open, paid the fare and settled in for a long, long ride. Two hours of start and stop later, we finally arrived at Eziza Airport, waded through the bureaucracy of tickets, taxes, and changing money, then settled down to wait for our plane. We boarded just about on time, but once everyone was on board and belted in, the captain made an announcement. The airport's radar wasn't working, traffic was heavy, and we ...

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