Definitely I nice place to stay at in Suzaka. Marina is a great host and the atmosphere is lovely.
I could simply copy and paste what is written in the description of the hostel: totally in line with expectations. I'd just add that the owner is a great host and very interesting guy, that will help you get the most from your experience in Kyoto.
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I have seen three cockroaches in the dorm during my stay. Period.
If you pop over to Montevideo, Hotel Palacio is the place to stay!
The premise is that fosho it was a great stay. Having mentioned that, well, everything is a way too expansive, form the stay itself to the beers, sandwiches etc. The place is really right on the beach!
It really depends on what you're looking for. If wanna be downtown La Pedrera at a walking distance from the beach, this ain't your place. We have been here for NYE, and it was a mess to reach La Pedrera from here. Forget walking there! Instead if you just wanna chill out and relax in the woods, then this is your place.
In any other city across Latin America this would have been a complete ripoff...given the average prices in Punta del Este it is not. The atmosphere is ok, and the location too (just between the two main beaches in Punta), walking distance from the clubs area.
The place honestly ain't bad, but has nothing to do with neither La Paz nor Bolivia as a whole...You'll fill like you tripped over a bunch of Irishmen spending their day in the hostel drinking and partying (which ain't bad), but most of them do not even go sightseeing! Most of the people I talked to were astonished by the fact that me and my friend had actually been visiting La Paz!
Great atmosphere, perfect to meet fellow travellers and hang out while enjoying the beauties of Cusco.
Nice place to rest your bones upon your arrival in Lima, then you may move on.