Unplugged Hostel Pocitos
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TravelPod Member ReviewsUnplugged Hostel Pocitos Montevideo
We were really pleased with how good a deal we got with this place. It was so cheap (cheapest in South America so far!). However, when we were there there was no life to it. Very few other people staying here, a fairly quiet part of the city and just a bit dull all round.
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