Hotel Parada

Avenida Rivadavia 1291, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, 1043, Argentina | Hostel
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Welcome to South America!

A travel blog entry by claudiaroger


Buenos días

Naturally, getting from Singapore to Buenos Aires took quite some time. Flying with Qatar Airways, we had a stopover in Doha, Qatar, as well as Sao Paolo, Brazil. Luckily though, we had managed to get emergency exit seats and thus travelled quite comfortably all the way. However, after 39 hours we arrived happily and tired in …

Buenos Aires

A travel blog entry by pilco


... I scrubbed up as best as I could and headed to the Four Seasons Hotel. It was SO AMAZING to see them, and I think I did a fairly good job of fitting in until I emerged from the bathroom shrieking "Oh my god!! You can flush toilet paper DOWN THE LOO!!" much to Suzy's amusement ("Where else would you put it darling?").

After heading to Recoleta Cemetary to see Evita's grave and a delicious lunch we spent the ...

The Last Supper

A travel blog entry by jsquaredgoesto


... Anything you can imagine, it is here. The main theme here at the moment seems to be very zen - not that much different from home. I am not sure what I was expecting in terms of fashion here, but it as well is much the same as Canada. Jeans and tshirts are the staple, many suits for office workers in the downtown area, most colours are muted and I felt like I stood out if I wore bright colours. I saw very little jewelry, certainly much less then ...

More Buenos Aires

A travel blog entry by graybeard


... landed. Buenos Aires is no exception. If you've been to China Town in Los Angeles or especially San Francisco, though, the Buenos Aires version will be very disappointing. It was pretty small and not very impressive by comparison.

I spent a significant amount of time in the Recoleta Cemetery. The cemetery was first started in 1732 next to a Catholic church and it later became the first public cemetery in Buenos Aires. It's 14 acres and ...

1st impression: like NYC but prettier and cleaner

A travel blog entry by jessegnatovich

... is honestly the reason that I am here right now. Thank you, Mrs Pritchard, for assigning me San Martin for that project! Secondly, I found out that there was a man names Antonio Quarracino who was like an Argentinian John Lennon, who showed people how religion should bring people together but does the opposite instead. So when he died, the Jewish people gifted a set of-I don't know, like, documents, papers, something-to the cathedral, and it is the only Jewish thing in ...

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This hostel, located in the C1 area of Buenos Aires, is near Palacio Barolo, Floralis Generica, Plaza San Martin, and Palermo Viejo.
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