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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We made our way into the city which is very small and can easily be visited in a short space of time so we took the bus in which takes you straight to Plaza Independencia.
We walked around the plaza and took photos around the plaza towards the cathedral and up Sarandi which is the main shopping street in the city.
We then made our way to ...
... was closed. The museum was supposed to be a house from the 1830s that had been remodelled to look as though it did in it's heyday; complete with furniture, clothing, jewellery and art, so show what life like was like for the cities elite at that time. It was a shame it was closed. We decided to walk along the beach from old town to Pocito. We started at the 1.5 km marker and walked until the 7.5 km marker and our street. Again it was so lovely to be in the ...
... to come back soon so 'we can listen to some music'. Rock on!
Finally, for those of you wondering how my yoga classes are going - I have suceeded
on standing on my head. Apparantly this is a good thing!!
We are off tomorrow for five days in Argentina's Lake District, including an
overnight trip on the Tren Pattagonia, from the foothills of the Andes to the coast.
Will keep you posted.
... a good time helping Fabiana with her English. Fabiana is also a very peaceful, down-to-earth person that makes you feel good with her simple gestures, such as a hug or a smile. She has a unique perspective on the world, as someone who has studied Eastern medicine and yoga, and has traveled widely.
Exploring Montevideo was also interesting. Jason and I walked to Parque Rodó and then to La Rambla, the boardwalk. We took this path over to the old ...
... people watch and cool down from our running hike to the port. It turns our 30minutes is not enough time to get here so Gen jumped off the bus where we left yesterday and booked it to the ferry port a usual 20-25min walk that took us 10. Okay maybe it took me 15 but i had a nice slip and trip and about 100 packs of excel spearmint gum slowing me down! I'm not complaining I just kept hearing Ben's voice say," Alysia keep in mind you ...