Palermo Art Hostel

Gaboto 1010, Montevideo, ., Uruguay | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Montevideo

Short Visit to Uruguay and Sleeping on the Sofas

A travel blog entry by laura.fletcher


Friday 13th:
We had to wake up at 7am to get the ferry to Carmelo, but me and Em wouldn't have enough money, so we had to run to the bank and get some. We booked onto the boat and had to have proper security checks and everything. We were given our visa cards only Emily was given one sheet and we were given three. Em asked if that was ok and …

Home of the first FIFA World Cup...

A travel blog entry by wildkriv


... We got involved.

Culinary highlights were found in Mercado del Puerto - bife and salmon a la plancha, and Schwarma Ashot for a Middle Eastern kebab.

'Baar Fun Fun' lived up to its name, providing live music and tango (Uruguay contests Argentina (and France!) as the birthplace of tango), as well as the secret recipe liquor drink, 'Uvita', and was a great place to finish our time in Montevideo.

Onward bus to Fray Bentos, 4.5 hours.

"If I die, you can eat me."

A travel blog entry by lyndsey-martin


... see the exhibits for yourselves in the photos. As we left, we both agreed, "If I die, you can eat me." Then we promptly set off in search of lunch.

Unfortunately, our day went downhill from here. We went to a restaurant recommended in the Rough Guide, to stuff ourselves before our long bus journey. Despite my ordering pumpkin stuffed with tomatoes and onions, and checking (and being told) that it was vegetarian, a meat filled pumpkin arrived... Our ...

Old Montevideo

A travel blog entry by boothbj


... a magnificent old Customs building and a plaque commemorating the battle of the River Plate and the sinking of the Graf Spee. Go figure, a battle between the British and the Germans during the Second World War and they have found the range finder from the Graf Spee and mounted it. They have even written the history in English so non-Spanish speakers like myself can understand what happened here. It's quite impressive and ...


A travel blog entry by marty_rach


... through to Brazil the following evening. Uruguay still had many options but most of which resided along beach destinations and we figured we would be getting our fair share of beaches in Brazil and Central America.

As we walked down to the bus station we were fortunate to witness a pretty spectacular sunset which set the tone of our stay in Uruguay. The bloody place was just coming ...


This hostel, located in the Centro Comunal Zonal 2 area of Montevideo, is near Teatro Solis, Pocitos, Parque Rodó, and Museo Torres Garcia.
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