Hostel Nativo

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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    Getting tango'd

    A travel blog entry by ppgontour on Apr 14, 2014

    7 photos

    ... takes us right back home haha. So the 4 of us saw the Obelisco, plaza de mayo, the Popes house and working quarters (when he lived in BA), a famous tea house called cafe Tortoni-where our tour guide taught us how to order 5 different coffee's, the Pink House where the female president works, the Congreso, The Windmill cafe and the Widest street in the world! That is not actually true- it was once but now Brasil has an ...

    Buenos Aires

    A travel blog entry by ewtodd on Mar 06, 2014

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... of cancer of the uterus in 1952.
    This cemetary is quite unlike anything I have ever seen as it is a city with street names with all these statues and monuments; some of these crypts have basements, chapels and all the stain glass windows.This place goes for miles and one could easily get lost in here.
    Our next stop was Mayo Square founded by the Spanish in 1580 as a market place to meet. Today we can see the church where Pope Francis preached before he became Pope ...

    Buenos Baby

    A travel blog entry by maggiclair on Jan 18, 2014

    1 photo

    I get into buenos aires at 12.30pm, 6 hours after I had initially planned. Unbelievably upset that I wasn't going to be able to check in at my hostel, walk to la boca then have an authentic dinner at cafe tortini while watching live tango performances then heading over to El Alamo for free beer. So with serious jet lag and unknown cultural habits I decided to use the taxi drivers to my advantage. The kind lady at the information booth recommended a shuttle bus ...

    Markets and music, a lovely day!

    A travel blog entry by jsquaredgoesto on Nov 16, 2013

    3 comments, 4 photos

    ... had a good chuckle. I am glad they are at least interested in trying to communicate.

    Joel's Comments (Traffic):
    June talks about the traffic in Buenos Aires in a few posts and I wanted to add some of my own observations especially for anyone that plans to be on foot in this city.

    Coming from the Western world our traffic is clearly defined and regulated with rules and laws that everyone obeys for the most part. You stay ...

    Arival to Buenos Aires

    A travel blog entry by david_irina on Nov 12, 2013

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... br> This is our third time in B.A. In general we do not like this city: it does not have its own face, very crowded. People are afraid of robbery in the streets even during the day time. In busses and trains there is no AC - so it's terribly hot there.
    Yesterday we went to Tigre - a neighbourhood of B.A. It is a quiet and peaceful place. We enjoyed it indeed.
    Today visited the old cemetery - very impressive, really unique place. See the attached photos.