Punto Berro Hostel
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
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Early departure from Colonia today, catching bus to Montevideo. Staying in a lovely character hotel from the 20/30's with antique furniture, fittings and decor. Quite charming.
after settling in the group went on a walking tour to the old part of town for some famous South American steak. Wonderful but totally uncomfortable walk back to hotel for siesta. Afternoon nap to wake at 8pm. ...
... 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 ...
... socialist, living humbly in a one bedroom house, driving an old VW beetle and drawing a meagre wage while reinvesting the remainder into social projects. His social reforms include redistribution of the country's wealth towards the underclass, implementing free education for all, and legalising abortion, gay marriage and marijuana. There is still a long way to go as the somewhat run-down capital city attests, but for us, this will be an ...
... gorgeous beaches and great restaurants. We were dropped off at Playa Brava and were asked to report back to the bus at 4:00 PM. We walked around for a little bit, did some souvenir shopping, and found a place to eat lunch. We ate at "El Tonel" restaurant which was recommended by our tour guide. Here I ordered breaded steak and french fries along with a beer. My roommate ordered 'Brochotte de Pollo' which also looked delicious. Our meals came out to about $22 each (pricey compared ...
So my flight landed at 1:30 & after i went through passport control i had to figure out what to do from there.
I went to the security desk and spoke to him about hostels & he was nice enough to try and call the one on Sarandi that i found online. They didn't answer. He tried a few more and none of them were answering. I had some options.
- Get a shuttle to an address of my choice for 280 Uruguayan pesos
- Wait 2 hrs for the first bus for 42 pesos
- Get a ...