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

      Day 12 - Uruguay (Montevideo)

      A travel blog entry by antoniolorenzon on May 30, 2014

      13 photos

      ... turned his head around (who cares about the street right?) to tell me he is one of the best friends of Marcelo Zalayeta (ex-Juventus players from Uruguay). To convince me about that he said that Zalayeta call his (Claudio’s) mom “mama”. Ah, ok! Now I believe him 100%!

      What a taxi ride, what a story and… what a price! The double of what I was expecting. I tried to negotiate a bit but Zalayeta’s story and his famous “mama” has a price. ...

      All Quiet In Montevideo

      A travel blog entry by nickjackets on Apr 17, 2014

      29 photos

      ... door slamming suddenly take on a more sinister feeling,your heart beat is perhaps slightly elevated,you have a tendency to check from side to side regularly,you feel for your wallet or your purse and hold your bag close,you may cough over loudly and evan whistle,a sure sign for any observer with dark intent that you are masking your fear.

      I am on the Ramblas Promenade,a 20km stretch of concreted low walled pathway snaking its way around the seafront ...

      A Girl That Travels

      A travel blog entry by ejae on Feb 06, 2014

      3 comments, 7 photos

      ... to itch again. She is proud of her hometown for it is a new city for someone else to explore.

      A girl that travels is the hardest working woman you will know. She will most likely hold down two or three jobs to fund her adventures. Not to mention an entrepreneur turning her travels into an income source. She is smart and knows that these days many employees find international travel favorable in future candidates.

      A girl that ...

      Cider in the eyes stings like a *****

      A travel blog entry by danarol on Jan 08, 2014

      22 photos

      ... Sam and Stacey. Colonia del Sacramento was once a smuggling port and its features do it proud - a pretty tiny town filled with old colonial buildings, tasteful restaurants and bars, a lighthouse and cobbled streets decorated with a few cool old cars. We had an afternoon walking around the town, we saw everything in a few of hours and had time for Caz to buy a Uruguay footy top with Suarez on the back (especially for the World Cup) and a meal in a restaurant that no doubt had ...

      Time to Chill

      A travel blog entry by dyer0930 on Oct 13, 2013

      ... to Constitution, right??)

      After our walk in the very pleasant spring weather, we headed back to the hotel, had a light lunch from our grocery purchases, and suited up for the pool. This one was deep (too deep for them to touch) all around, so they relied on floaties. Both of them are getting really confident in the water - jumping in, going under, floating, even swimming (albeit inefficiently) to the wall or ladder. Love it!
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