Borges Design Hostel

Address: Paraguay 4539, Capital Federal District, 1425, Argentina | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Paraguay 4539, Capital Federal District, is near Bird Park, Parque Das Aves, Iguacu National Park, and Calle Museo Caminito.
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    Travel Blogs from Capital Federal District

    The Argentinian side, Sao Paulo & Campo Grande

    A travel blog entry by yeo-buijsen on Aug 02, 2015

    10 photos

    ... culminated at a platform built right at the bottom of the Bossitto falls. Do and I (armed with our trusty waterproof Go Pro) ventured out to the edge of the platform and gaped up in wonder at the sheer wall of water thundering down almost on top of us. I had to hold onto my hat to stop it from blowing off for despite it being a windless day the force of the water crashing down created a strong draft. We both got pretty wet again but it was ...


    A travel blog entry by tomogle on May 15, 2015

    17 photos

    ... in Paraty - "Suso" was his name. We chatted for a little while about what we had both been doing since Paraty but the conversation was long because he was heading out to his next location. I checking in finally and went into my room where I settled down and put my stuff in the lockers. I went out and met up with the two French girls and their two friends who like them were studying abroad but were in Argentina. We walked to a location not far away called 'The Three Frontiers' which ...

    Iguazu Falls

    A travel blog entry by rinscosta on Apr 11, 2015

    13 photos

    ... like this. Being an "ervaringsdeskundige" now, Les takes up the heavy responsibility of warning other tourists for the agressive creatures, but he cannot prevent two Japanese girls from being robbed of their bag full of empanadas, leaving them behind in shock. Maybe this is why warning signs are all over the place not to carry food and beware of these devils. Once you know their tricks you can deal with it and concentrate on the falls. They are ...

    The best shower in South America

    A travel blog entry by coletteandkam on Feb 11, 2015

    6 photos

    ... for the day to take in the sights from the Brazilian side. We walked through a jungle footpath to see the full length of the falls, admiring each of the 275 individual drops. As most of the water falls from the Parana river on the Argentinian side, the panoramic views are at their best when viewed from Brazil.
    Like any other tourist attraction, it was of course, full of photo-happy tourists, but by no means did this put us off. In fact the 1 thing that did put us off and ...

    Finishing with the falls

    A travel blog entry by getcracken on Dec 09, 2014

    6 comments, 21 photos

    The Iguassa Falls never sleep, they are never still.....their omnipotence is almost palpable when in their presence. Their vapor is cool and calm, their sound inspiring and their sight rejuvenating. I think they are constantly renewing nourishing the earth, and all animals that come to them....including us humans. The falls for me were an absolute delight, I mean.....they just totally blew me away. It's difficult to speak about energy, and at the risk ...