Alkimista Hostel

Avenida de Mayo 1385, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, Argentina | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Buenos Aires

Still in Buenos Aires...

A travel blog entry by becstar26

So, where to begin... i decided i probably should write this now, with it being absolutely miserable weather (far to cold to wander around outside for much longer) and i have a day full of waiting for a bus this evening, so what better way to fill in half a day than by updating everyone on what has been happening over the past two weeks... Post pub …

Buenos Aires

A travel blog entry by becstar26

Ah Buenos Aires... the city of all cities in South America (well so ive been told...), and what a whirlwind of a week its been!! And when getting here involves an incredibly boring and completely uneventful twenty-three hour bus journey, i suppose things can only get better. Therefore our first few days here involved a whole lot of sleeping to …

Buenos Airies

A travel blog entry by belljo


Hi all, Even though I'm actually back in the country now, I wanted to finish off the blog so that I have a full record of my travels (and hopefully, the last few countries will take me up to visiting 4% of the world on the initial page of this blog). I arrived in Buenos Aries at about 7pm on a Wednesday night. I'd booked my hostel over the internet …

Buenos Aires

A travel blog entry by ewtodd


... as the artist use to give their left over paint pots to the home owners to liven up the neighbourhood. The hodgepodge of colours is very appealing and the area is full of artists selling their wares, tango dancers and restaurants. It is just delightful.
State universities are free. Manufacturing -- car parts comefrom Brazil and assembled here. Agricultural machinery is made here and half the worlds supply of soy bean oil comes from here and sold to China.
From here ...

Dias Quatro

A travel blog entry by khendry23


... for tango lessons, dinner and a tango show. It was amazing!

Tonight were going to a restaurant to learn how to cook empanadas ( the dumpling looking things at my party mum and dad), argentinian steak and chimichurri which is like a herby sauce they put on everything here

Will check in again soon ...


This hostel, located in the C1 area of Buenos Aires, is near Palacio Barolo, Floralis Generica, Plaza San Martin, and Congreso.
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4.00 of 5 stars Excellent