Arriba Hostel

Roque Graseras 739, Montevideo, 11300, Uruguay | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Roque Graseras 739, Montevideo, is near Palacio Legislativo, El Prado, Museo Torres Garcia, and Auditorio del Sodre.
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Travel Blogs from Montevideo

I just want to sleep!

A travel blog entry by dennisj84 on May 31, 2014

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... won by Uruguay"

He told me to go to an Abitab store first to see if they had tickets but as it was a Saturday they were all closed. I tried in red pagos stores but they didn't sell them.

Went back to the Hostel to wait to hear from Useche as his flight landed at 1:30pm so we could get to the persons place we were staying at in the suburb of Malvin.

of course i sent him to the wrong El Viajero hostel which was about a 15minute walk away but we eventually met ...

All Quiet In Montevideo

A travel blog entry by nickjackets on Apr 17, 2014

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... have left the area unkempt and the police only patrol 19.5 km making sure there is no “leakage” from “that other place” that may upset the “haves” and in turn the middle class vote.

I decide to make a stop in this area because if you want to see the real characters of any city you go to the areas that you are told not to go to and that especially means any port ,for sure you will be robbed , mugged or worse?. I ...

Uruguay: cute towns, colonial buildings, Carnival

A travel blog entry by kiri-ana on Feb 09, 2014

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... them pretty good; some cute shops with antiques and handicrafts; and quite a few good places to eat: in particular, the restaurant attached to my hostel (La Fonda), one on the corner near my hostel (Soul), and the market in the old town which is full of parrillas (BBQ meat grill shops). So that is how I spent my days: eating and walking a lot around town.

The nights were mostly spent attending the Carnival events that were on at ...


A travel blog entry by vwuertz on Jan 27, 2014

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... However, like most of the world, economic issues have taken their toll on the country. Like any other country with cars and trucks, oil is necessary. However, Uruguay has no oil, so it all must be imported. This expense, plus the losing battle with China in the production of anything, political corruption, and the global economic crisis of 2008 have crippled Uruguay. Despite these issues, the city of Montevideo presents itself as a modern ...

Brazil continues on into Uruguay...

A travel blog entry by avv78 on Nov 22, 2013

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Hola again.... So with Rio under our belts and our Portugese skills still less than that of a Brazilian dog, we boarded a flight headed for Foz do Iguaçu which sits at the edge of Brazil near Argentina and Paraguay and home to the famous Iguazu Falls. Having seen Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe earlier in the year, we were keen to compare the two. Although perhaps not as huge as Vic Falls, the view points and being able to get right up close and personal here ...