Hostel Ibirapita

Address: Av. Paloma S N, La Paloma, 27001, Uruguay | Hostel
 
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This hostel, located on Av. Paloma S N, La Paloma, is near Teatro Solis, Palacio Legislativo, El Prado, and Palacio Taranco.
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      Travel Blogs from La Paloma

      I see a mountain!

      A travel blog entry by tomandlotus on Jun 12, 2014

      22 photos

      ... and I tried to capture in quick sketches the steeples. Although the downside of looking up is the inevitable danger of stepping into dog poo, transporting me right back to the present day. Travelling allows you to experience what guide books, tv programs and other peoples photographs don't, it allows you to question your surroundings, what seems normal may seem strange to you, the visitor. Everyone drinks mate in Uruguay, it's a ...

      Uruguay In a Few Days

      A travel blog entry by phillipsquared on May 12, 2014

      1 comment, 16 photos

      ... lot of beautiful beaches, towns to visit and activities to do in the summer time. Well you could do them whenever but we are fair weathered people. So a short walk and bus trip from our hostel and we were at our ferry which will drop us off in Colonia de Sacramento. An hour and half later we reached the fair shores of Uruguay. As we were only in Colonia for one night we checked in and got straight onto sight seeing. As in all of South America we had our friendly street dog escort, ...

      Montevideo, Uruguay

      A travel blog entry by ewtodd on Mar 07, 2014

      2 comments, 16 photos

      ... bus.
      We stopped at the Radisson for a coffee and to use the facilities -- now we are good to continue. There were craft markets everywhere so had a great time browsing. The amythest was so plentiful and not only made into jewelry. I adorned clocks and other types of things to put on ones tables.
      After we got everything that we wanted we returned to the ship to rest fr a few minutes and then we went back out. This time went for lunch and ended up with a filet ...

      Some thoughts

      A travel blog entry by jim.coates on Jan 30, 2014

      5 comments, 17 photos

      So what did I learn? Anything? I rode my bike for 67 days and covered 11,400 miles. I crossed 14 countries through deserts and mountains, went from winter to summer, from sea level to 14,000 feet. I am not the same man. I met dozens of people, from Beemer bums to customs officials to coca leaf sellers. Let me share some thoughts. Drop me if I get too self righteous or pedantic or boring.

      Its great ...

      Brazil continues on into Uruguay...

      A travel blog entry by avv78 on Nov 22, 2013

      63 photos

      ... With that there was plenty of wildlife roaming around as well as a cool bird sanctuary which housed numerous birds such as toucans and other various other wildlife. With a traditional Brazilian BBQ filling our stomachs we headed to the Argentine side for 24hrs to get a different perspective on the falls (and get a few local beers into us see what we would be in for in a few weeks time). It was on the Argentine side where we could also take in what is ...