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Joaquin Requena 1518, Montevideo, Uruguay | Hostel

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Checking Out Uruguay's Capital

A travel blog entry by the5wynns


... Uruguay, a completely cosmopolitan capital city, but one to which we had never given much thought, so had absolutely no expectations.

The day came to an end with another microwaved meal consisting of flat bread pizzas and soup, along with salad, but not before Carla, one of the B & B's hosts, and I spent the early evening singing together to both Lauren Hill's and Roberta Flack's versions of her favorite song, "Killing me Softly." Strange, but ...

"If I die, you can eat me."

A travel blog entry by lyndsey-martin


... of handicraft markets on the way home, which cheered me (but not Mr H) up no end.

We decided to cook for ourselves that evening, no mean feat given our hostel's rather grubby and ill-equipped kitchen. We made a pasta dish with the only non-rotting vegetables we could find in the corner shop - some sweetcorn, two tomatoes and a leek and a packet of powdered pasta sauce, which, despite my best efforts, tasted terrible. (Mr H: I said "not bad".)


Montevideo, Uruguay

A travel blog entry by beccie_andy


... exactly as it was and it turned out to be surprisingly interesting. Especially the engine room, the first place in Uruguay to ever have electricity. It was untouched, as if they had all just turned out the lights and gone home for the day. Even the office had been left as was, you could see the grooves from people´s feet from where they had spent so many hours at their desks, day after day. All in all, it was well worth the trek - I got to see a two-headed cow head in a jar ...


A travel blog entry by marty_rach


... 8217;t that impressed and hadn’t seen anything too unique within this new country we found ourselves in.

We had greater expectations for our next destination, Punta Del Este which could translate to the Gold Coast of Uruguay. Boasting some of the best beaches in Latin America, this destination was set to lift our spirits. We jumped on a bus ...

Lessons in Humanity and Monopoly: Uruguay

A travel blog entry by paiger


... de Sacramento. Why Colonia? Because my compadre, hereafter refered to as T had a friend of a friend of a friend who's dads friend lives in Colonia, and they randomly offered us their house and food and everything! We of course jumped at this opportunity amazed at the kindness of strangers. After a choppy boat ride there he was, Diego, waiting to pick us up looking like a slightly plumper version of the most interesting man in the world but ...

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This hostel, located on Joaquin Requena 1518, Montevideo, is near Pocitos, Parque Rodó, Museo Torres Garcia, and Auditorio del Sodre.
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