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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      Just the Tail to Go !

      A travel blog entry by forsterb on Nov 09, 2014

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      ... if you weren’t on it. The memories that you have given people for the eight tours you contracted cannot ever be replaced. You’ve become good friends, and Vince, you’re not a bad poker player either. I hope our paths continue to cross for many years to come.

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      "Rowing on Dulce de Leche"

      A travel blog entry by jeanpaulj on Jul 14, 2014

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      In the morning, Buenos Aires is a city of fog. As my flight from Atlanta came in to land yesterday, swathes of the city were wrapped in mist. An IL-96, Vladimir Putin's private jet, was waiting at the end of the runway, ready to take off into the for the World Cup final in Rio. The result of that match is already known, so I won't dwell on it. In the immediate aftermath, the city was sombre. But by this morning, you could hardly have guessed it. The city was abuzz, as ...

      BA City Tour

      A travel blog entry by emmaw on Apr 06, 2014

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      ... a curving cobblestone street lined with colourful conventillos, (houses built by the Italian immigrants) which are painted in many hues, originally from the leftovers from the adjacent port. Street painters sell their pictures all along the street - mum bought a couple from one man, who drew a special picture on the back for her as well. We also had lunch in La Boca, a traditional dish called a ???????? - which basically was a hot dog with a chilli ...


      A travel blog entry by zoesolomon on Jan 09, 2014

      ... can sympathize with the poor lamb from earlier in the day...! Nats did well on the horse and enjoyed this activity the most. The rest of the time at the farm was chilling and eating! After 2 days on the farm we drove back into Buenos Aires city which is a huge cosmopolitan city. The city has a lot of Italian and French architecture and is quite cobbled together in terms of new and old. Argentina had huge growth and was the 6th most wealthy country in the world during the ...

      "We love BA"

      A travel blog entry by danarol on Dec 27, 2013

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      ... need a bed and you have one" to a genuine understanding and friendship where you could easily be one of the family. We were really starting to love Argentina. Soon enough we were in a place which anyone who likes red wine will have seen on a weekly basis on wine bottles...Mendoza. This is a place where vineyards are in abundance and the place where the most wine from Argentina is exported to Europe. However it is not the vineyards that will be our resounding ...