Punta Del Este Hostel

Address: Calle 25 Nro. 544, Punta del Este, Uruguay | Hostel
 
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This hostel, located on Calle 25 Nro. 544, Punta del Este, is near Casa del Pueblo.
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      Travel Blogs from Punta del Este

      Beach Day

      A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Oct 22, 2014

      ... very inviting slightly chilly sea.

      Back at the hosel by tea time I found that I'd managed to burn both my chest and my back. Good sun tan lotion management there. After an impromptu Skype with Mama I got on with writing up my Spanish notes into something a bit more usable whilst Ed & Rach watched a Champions League game on the teledu.

      I beat Ed ...

      Punte del Este: An Artist and Olive Oil.

      A travel blog entry by nickjackets on Apr 09, 2014

      19 photos

      ... investing and many rich people to settle here in an ideal climate.Many rich Brazilians and Argentines have their summer homes here and so do many Americans who can buy extensive properties and live a dream life by the coast,especially in Punte del Este which was my destination. There is an area in Punte del Este which is called "Beverly Hills" which should give you an idea of the type of money floating around.

      Half way in our journey we stopped off in a place ...

      On to Punta del Este

      A travel blog entry by hscoggin on May 26, 2012

      20 photos

      ... of turning off all but a few traffic lights at some major intersections. So rather than having to sit at light after light, and having the local constabulary doing fundraising all winter, everyone simply goes on their way, watching for other traffic just as if they were all adults. What a concept! And it works very well, indeed.

      Once we were on the ocean side of the boulevard, we realized that we were hungry, so we stopped into a place on the beach for some lunch. It ...

      Michael Jackson says it doesn't matter

      A travel blog entry by stenderloin on Jan 11, 2011

      13 photos

      ... should ever be subjected to again. We ask you to revise the permanence of this expression in your dictionary, while we find ways to eliminate all discriminatory expressions from our plazas, our schools, our playgrounds and our homes." (The full article: Uruguay Debates Whether To Clean Dictionary Of Racist Expressions - All News Is Global).

      Another example would be Luis Suárez racist abuse of Patrice Evra in 2011. Both are professional footballers on rival teams in England. ...

      Joining Uruguay’s Upper Class

      A travel blog entry by stenderloin on Jan 08, 2011

      15 photos

      ... br>
      Now onto the hostel: at a first glance it was mildly alluring. Then, taking time to survey the surroundings, it gets worse. Being literally in the middle of nowhere (Rafael Perez del Puerto), with just a solitary shop around. The hostel looked very run down with the minimum amount of décor ala Montevideo. Wait! The worst is forthcoming.

      After staying in hundreds of hostels worldwide, the following is generally unique. Upon entering the front door and ...