Punto Berro Hostel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... it was hard to agree on a place to go. Eventually the two people I was planning to go with decided to go to Hawaii and spend their time on Waikiki Beach since neither had been before. For those that don't know, I really can't stand Honolulu, especially Waikiki and surrounding areas. It was way too trashy, kinda expensive, and just crowded with tourists. And to add to that, the flight time from HNL-DFW is around the same as flying from South America to DFW, I ...
We sailed into the mouth of the Rio de la Plata for our brief stop in Montevideo. This city has a population of almost 1.5 million, about ½ of Uruguay's total. Uruguay is ranked first in Latin America in democracy, peace, lack of corruption, quality of living, government, and equally first in South America when it comes to press freedom, size of the middle class, prosperity and security.
We hopped on our excursion bus and found we were the ...
We woke up in the morning and made a pretty interesting breakfast, we had eggs, but had no milk to make good scrambled eggs. Good solution? Choc milk! It looked disgusting, but actually tasted pretty regular. Engineering ingenuity at its best.
We had to check out cuz Sam had to get to the airport by early afternoon. We had some plans to try and get up super early and see some of the city, but they fell through due to us sleeping in. As we were checking out, we ...
... favorites (powder finger, john butler trio, jet). We all got coffees and some food, then were brought cake for dessert. It was a delicious soft banana cake, with white icing and only a slight hint of marijuana taste. We each had half a slice and saved the other half for later in the arvo. *Football stadium- With the weed starting to work its magic, we wandered towards a massive world famous football stadium. It was where they hosted the first ever World Cup in 1930, which Uruguay ...
... city, but sadly like our hostel we were not so impressed. The area we are staying in has a pretty cool pedestrian street and some interesting buildings and plazas but is otherwise a little faded and in need of some attention. There is however a pretty cool building that looks a lot like the fish market building in Santiago, which led us to believe that perhaps this was the roof structure that was meant for Santiago. Inside they have a heap of BBQ style restaurants and the smell ...