Hostel Nativo

Address: Godoy Cruz 2515, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, Argentina | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Palermo area of Buenos Aires, is near Jardín Zoologico, Jardin Botanico Carlos Thais, Opera Pampa, and OpscionSur Tours.
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      Heavy Heart, Feeling Grounded, Finally

      A travel blog entry by milady.r on Oct 29, 2014

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      ... under my colorful umbrella. No way to hide the fact that I am incredibly sad. Can't remember feeling so sad to leave a place before other than in my childhood. My heart feels so heavy -- I am finally grounded as constantly yelled at to be my by tango teacher! However, I'm in tears! Not sure if I should go to Chacarita Cemetery too today? What do you all ...

      Buenos Aires

      A travel blog entry by claireanddave on Oct 20, 2014

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      ... the less illegal sounding 'Dolar Blue'. Why it is Dolar Blue and not Dolar Azul (Spanish for blue) we do not know. On the Dolar Blue you can get nearly double the amount of pesos you would get for US dollars by official means.

      So, knowing of this market but having no prior dealings of underground backstreet currency exchanges we decided to make use of it and in Uruguay prior to our arrival in BA we withdrew close to a thousand US Dollars! Now we wouldn't ...

      Tango Unchained

      A travel blog entry by tomandlotus on Jun 20, 2014

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      ... We did get the other side of the story though and the a clear understanding over the passion involved. No matter who side you believe to have the true claim, the real tragedy of the war was the victims, mostly young teenage Argentinians who were forced into the army through conscription, and then sent to the Falkland against an army that clearly outmatched them in both resources and training. The disaster that followed lead to the fall of the military ...

      Exploring Buenos Aires on foot

      A travel blog entry by mattyjordan on Apr 21, 2014

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      ... at 10pm when the show finished so we went to this little club thing around the corner and just partied. It was a small venue with ping pong tables and was filled with locals but we owned the place. We had a few beers in here, chatted with some locals and left at about 2am, the time when most argentinians start getting to the nightclubs. It is crazy! They start at 2 and party until 6 or 7, but as we started at 7ish we didnt have the stamina to keep ...

      Cambio! Cambio! (Day 33 to 42)

      A travel blog entry by nayanjli on Mar 26, 2014

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      ... riding a bike. A bit shaky and unstable at first, but you soon get the hang of it again. This was great fun, and a very informative way to see this part of the city.

      The North part of the city includes an area called Recoletta, with an incredibly well-presented and ornate cemetery where the famous Eva Peron (wife of the president Juan Domingo Peron, and also known as Evita) was ...