Open Bayres Hostel

Godoy Cruz 2175, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, 1414, Argentina | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires..... One of my new favourite cities..

A travel blog entry by iwhendo


... like it. The graves were small houses where the people were laid to rest (coffins and all!) inside these house and each house represented an important family in Argentinian history. I have put a picture up for you to see was quite an experience to see. Lunch was sushi and some wine in the park again and dinner a 500g steak and red wine to end my Argentinian tour.. I loved Buenos Aires it was always going to be one of my highlights but it was everything ...

Tigre Adventures

A travel blog entry by jl_bigtrip


... Finally we emerge from the jungle to find….a broad waterway and no bridge – apparently washed away ! Our leisurely after-lunch saunter had turned into a 2 hr slog, and reluctant to turn back, attempt to work up the channel, hoping it narrows or a new path appears. No luck, and to much grumpiness, we turn back, not relishing the work over the mud again. Saved by an enthusiastic group of youngsters heading out, who ensure us they know where to ...

Buenos Aires - express sightseeing!

A travel blog entry by simandnav


... the Boca Juniors stadium. It's much smaller than any other stadiums I've visited before but the atmosphere at a packed out stadium we were told was fantastic. After the stadium tour, we wandered around Boca and went to an area called Caminito, where all the buildings are painted in lots of different colours. We found a place to grab some food and watched the tango dancing and other entertainment. We hopped back on the bus to an area called ...

OMG! Wow! Awesome

A travel blog entry by dorfman


... but will try to eventually post the best one(s). Happily, Mark has been able to eat and enjoy the hikes, and we are both so thankful that we splurged on this side trip. I only wish we had more time here to explore the town, which appeared quite interesting when we drove through it yesterday. But tomorrow is back to Buenos Aires for 2 nights before we leave for ...

'Habla ingles?' 'No.'

A travel blog entry by benandnat


... massively by the official exchange rate. On our second day in buenos aires we took a walking tour which took us to sites and sights of historical and political importance, with our guide giving us a comprehensive overview of Argentina from its colonisation by the Spanish to today which was incredibly interesting. We learnt about the extermination of the indigenous people by the man celebrated on the 100 peao note (apparently this is now a little ...


This hotel, located in the C1 area of Buenos Aires, is near Jardín Zoologico, Jardin Botanico Carlos Thais, Opera Pampa, and OpscionSur Tours.
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