Hostel Colonial Buenos Aires

Address: Tucuman 509, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, 1400, Argentina | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the C1 area of Buenos Aires, is near Galerias Pacifico, Corrientes, Belgrano, and Palermo Chico.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsHostel Colonial Buenos Aires

    Reviewed by samanthahogan


    Reviewed Sep 13, 2014
    by (3 reviews) , Canada Flag of Canada

    Suppose to be colonial hostel Colonia. There were suppose to be bike for rent but they were broken.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    TripAdvisor Reviews Hostel Colonial Buenos Aires

    2.50 of 5 stars Fair

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    Day 13

    A travel blog entry by samanthahogan on Sep 14, 2014

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    I left home 2 weeks ago and I feel like I haven't even left yet. I don't know what I did in Buenos Aires, but time went by too fast. I am hoping on the boat to Uruguay going to check out this small town called Colonia. The town was so small it took no time to find our hostel check in. The first thing I noticed about the hostel was there was no hot …

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    ... took us around some of the magnificent buildings erected when the city was booming and the wealthy commissioned houses built copying the best in Europe. Now most are Embassies but one remains a private property. So French and Italian architecture much in evidence and the grandeur of the age obvious. Sadly the city is a much faded metropolis with little infrastructure support so that you take your life in your hands walking down any pavement- more of that later- with broken ...

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    ... and to see their stacks and stacks of dollars and pesos. Once you’ve changed your money – and as you are more likely to get higher rates with higher denominations of dollar notes, you’ve probably changed quite a lot – you have to walk back to your hostel with huge wads of pesos hidden all over your person. Not the safest, but luckily we didn’t hear any horror stories, and definitely worth it as afterwards as everything is essentially half ...


    A travel blog entry by cheetdaddy on May 15, 2014

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    ... another awesome meal tonight. It did smell like vomit but tasted pretty alright. And it only cost me $5.50. Rice, weird mince looking tuna and heaps and heaps of cheese. As my boss would say, B-E-A-utiful. Steve's turn to cook his and Toms dinner. It seems like we are all master chefs after Steve's brilliant ravioli and tomato sauce even though he boiled enough water to have a bath in. Toms been driving Steve up the wall with his whistling. Maybe that's why Shaun ...

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