Arriba Hostel

Roque Graseras 739, Montevideo, 11300, Uruguay | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Montevideo

Uruguay In a Few Days

A travel blog entry by phillipsquared

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... city, but sadly like our hostel we were not so impressed. The area we are staying in has a pretty cool pedestrian street and some interesting buildings and plazas but is otherwise a little faded and in need of some attention. There is however a pretty cool building that looks a lot like the fish market building in Santiago, which led us to believe that perhaps this was the roof structure that was meant for Santiago. Inside they have a heap of BBQ style restaurants and the smell ...

Old Montevideo

A travel blog entry by boothbj

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... out at Montevideo, I find myself thinking about what a ride this has been! Would I cruise again, absolutely. OK before I fall into a fit of melancholy, have to go and get dressed for dinner. Yes dressed for dinner. How often do we put on your best frock on sit down to a three course?...Ok I cannot lie, it ended up being four course because I had two appetizers....another day another pound. Watch out Buenos Aires!


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  • Beaches, hot summer sun, and evil mosquitoes

    A travel blog entry by travelingtiara

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    After my first five days in Buenos Aires I spent five days on the beaches of Uruguay. I took a super fancy ferry to get there!! However, to tell the truth, I wasn't super impressed with the beaches. They were nice, but I've seen nicer and to me it wasn't anything special. The first night in Uruguay I was devoured by mosquitoes but I somehow survived. I guess it's not recommended that I go to the Amazon, though I am extraordinarily tempted. The first beach we went to ...

    Lessons in Humanity and Monopoly: Uruguay

    A travel blog entry by paiger

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    17

    ... walked through the relatively small capital city of Montevideo. First through the bustling streets lined with contraband goods in the central part, and then we passed to the old historic town, framed by a part of the old wall which still exists. Its gorgeous and quaint. All streets lead down to the ocean and are lined with curios. We made our way down to the market, a gorgeous old building filled with restaurants. Uruguayans are very similar ...

    Colonia and Montevideo

    A travel blog entry by monkeybusiness

    18

    ... is huge, full of noisy cars, traffic and people. However we did enjoy a short stroll along the promenade before heading to the port market for sausages and a glass of medio y medio (half sparkling, half dry white wine) at one of the many massive bbqs. Delicious. Reminding Liam of his parents! We were a little frustrated that whilst we went to Buenos Aires and explored the town, we were not able to see some tango dancing. Therefore when we heard about a ...

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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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