Punto Berro Hostel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPunto Berro Hostel Montevideo
Could be improved by the staff knowing more about the local area and being less stoned at work. Also, terrible wifi. And our washing got rained on.
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So. Today we planned on getting bikes with Tommy and biking along the Rambla, stopping off and seeing things along the way... We couldn't get any bikes though, as the hostel has one that was broken, all the shops were shut and we couldn't rent a local bike because we didn't have local transport cards. Instead we walked along the Rambla for 10 km ( …
AKA the reunion with Tommy Brown! We arrived into Montevideo in the afternoon, and got the bus from the terminal to Plaza independencia to find our hostel (Punto Berro). Now. It might be worth mentioning that weed is legal for locals in Uruguay. The people who ran the hostel were constantly high and as a result a bit **** at their jobs. Lovely …
... Ce sera donc le bus. 2 ème petit déjeuner dans une boulangerie où nous décidons que vu que notre stock de dollars est très bas, nous devrions aller à Buenos Aires et de là, nous diriger vers l'Uruguay pour retirer plus de dollars. Retour à la station de bus, bus cher mais grâce au talent d'observation de Kajsa, nous avons payé 12% moins cher grâce à nos cartes étudiantes :) En plus, pour seulement 4€ de plus, nous avons réservé la catégorie supérieure, avec lits plus ...
... All of this took most of the day, so I walked back to the room and called it a night.
09/06- Quiz time: Who first said "There's a sucker born every minute"? Did you say P.T. Barnum or W.C. Fields (my choice)? Well that's not correct! http://blogcritics.org/q-who-said-there s-a-sucker/
Regardless of who said it first, it certainly applies to me. This story cost me $25 U.S., I hope you enjoy it!
I wanted to rent a ...
... reigns supreme. Uruguay is home to the original FIFA stadium, built partially underground and seating 200,000 people. They have won the World Cup three times, and are very proud of this accomplishment.
Independence Square is the downtown gathering spot, surrounded by beautiful stately buildings. Montevideo just seems so civilized, its people so content, we should take lessons from the Uruguayans! Like I said, it was a joy to discover this hidden ...