Hotel Parada

Avenida Rivadavia 1291, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, 1043, Argentina | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Buenos Aires

A couple of days in Buenos Aries

A travel blog entry by kingy2


... to scan hand luggage, immigration, and passport control, we finally make it on board, you're not allowed to bring spirits on board but when our cases are delivered, they still have the two bottles of gin in them. We no longer have passports as they are kept for us until the end of the trip, I believe it's so the crew can do all the necessary as we enter and leave each country. Ship is really nice, spend an hour or so having a good nose around and a beer in the 'Crows ...

La Boca \\ Milonga

A travel blog entry by kristivojirova

... it.I dont judge it..I just write how I felt... sitting in my seat-frustrated,another tall Porteno..Bailas?Porke no?I answer bit harshly,still recovering.. No reason.His tanda is the most beautiful of the night.Been dancing for 8 years his experienced moves are an oasis for me.Shelter.Esssaaaaa he says?What?Really?He wants more dancing and so do I.Wow.wooooow.It is a bliss.Pure tango.Pure intimacy and closeness.Wow. The last few tandas of the night belong to JeremyIrons dancer.. ...

An Argentina Experience

A travel blog entry by eoinshirl


... menu as we were reminded once more that it doesn’t pay to be a vegetarian in South America! These people are HUGE meat eaters.

The barbecue lunch was followed by folkloric dance and of course the traditional tango for which Buenos Aires in particular is famous. So famous in fact that the tango has been declared a national heritage 'site’ by UNESCO.

Following lunch we found that rain water drains away quickly from the rock solid ground so we ...

Ten Days in Buenos Aires

A travel blog entry by beardandblonde


... one Renaissance Art, where the staff's eyes followed us around as though we were about to stuff a Van Gogh into out pocket. The other, was a contemporary "is that actually art?" gallery. It was cool, but David rushed around it way ahead of me, "I want to get ****** now". Quote of the trip: while sipping on fizzy water; "this doesn't hydrate you as normal water though" Due to our longer than average time in Buenos Aires, we've noticed a little more. Here, they love a protest, ...

Buenos Aires...a nice surprise

A travel blog entry by kksatrip


... One of those must see places which photos and videos can only partially show.

The Brazilian side is equally impressive and reinforces the massive scale and power on a well conceived walk which just gets more and more awesome as you proceed. Must upload some of the video because the sound is so massive. Heaps and heaps of birds but not enough time to explore. That was a bit frustrating, but just glad I got to see the falls.


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This hostel, located in the C1 area of Buenos Aires, is near Palacio Barolo, Floralis Generica, Plaza San Martin, and Manzana de las Luces tunnels.
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