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Canelones 1095, Montevideo, 11100, Uruguay | Hostel
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A travel blog entry by dyer0930

... was a large collection of parillas - open grills. So that was our objective for Monday.

We walked down through the old town to the port. I will say that we had beautiful views of the port from our hotel room. After seeing the container ships at the Panama Canal, D was really interested in watching the cranes unload containers onto trucks and the tugboats pushing the ships around in ...

Kind of like a boring version of B.A.

A travel blog entry by tannerhall

... to the football stadium where the first ever world cup was held in 1930. The stadium is still used today and looks extremely run down. We wanted to go in to see the football museum at the stadium but were put off when these ladies started calling us over, telling us it wasn't safe to leave our bikes chained up outside and that we should leave the bikes near them. That sounded like a ruse, so we chuffed off without seeing the museum. We had a ...

We ate what, and who???

A travel blog entry by peter.zgeb


... Everything was very good (for some of us it was good until we found out what it was). There was a salad buffet followed by grilled chicken, beef, lamb and piglet (not Pooh's friend... we checked). We were entertained by three men and a woman dancing and playing drums. A quick look at the gift shop made us realize how things in Uruguay are more expensive than the places we had visited up to now.
We got ...

Montevideo, Uruguay

A travel blog entry by philamike


... Rambla Francia) that ran along the curving waterfront, and a seawall separating the boulevard from the Rio de la Plata. Quite a few residents were fishing from the rocks below the seawall.

I walked along the boulevard, then cut back into the city to rejoin the walking tour at Plaza Zabala. This city square had a large monument in the center with a statue of General Don Bruno de Zabala riding a horse. The rest of the square had trees, ...

Counting the minutes, until I’m done

A travel blog entry by stenderloin


... Handing Darius my camera, I stood next to it and made ‘a gun’ with my hand. Although this was a heavy exaggeration, the truth was my first impressions here, were not good. The flag’s design was pretty cool.

Nearby, on the main road, we undertook lunch. The restaurant prices were pretty expensive compared to Argentina. Even though the exchange rates were heavily in my favour, these prices would still damage my budget. So for the first time, ...

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