Kaixo Hostel Central

Address: Juan Domingo Peron 1267, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, Argentina | Hostel
 
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This hostel, located in the C1 area of Buenos Aires, is near Recoleta, Floralis Generica, Palacio Barolo, and Plaza San Martin.
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    Heat & Sunshine

    A travel blog entry by moorsey88 on Mar 19, 2015

    2 comments, 12 photos

    ... past.


    After the tour I headed to the Obelisk - one of the iconic monuments of the city - which is in the middle of the widest avenue in the World (9 de Julio) named after their Independence Day. There are many pedestrian only streets lined with shops, restaurants and people asking you if you want *cambio* - a place to exchange your currency on the Blue Market. You ...

    Buenos Dias, Buenos Aires!

    A travel blog entry by zuleima on Dec 18, 2014

    148 photos

    ... to the apt where I was staying and did some research I quickly learned the difference between the dollar and 'blue dollar' here in Argentina. See, per the government, the rate for $1 = 8.55 Argentine Peso. The purpose is simply for the cost of exporting and importing good. Having a lower Argentine Peso rate means they pay less for the exports and imports of goods... SMART! However, as tourists we don't know that! My point is, when coming too Argentina, DO NOT EXCHANGE AT A BANK ...

    Back in Buenos Aires

    A travel blog entry by rulian.fiske on Nov 30, 2014

    8 photos

    ... was beautiful. There was also singing by a couple of singers, a male and a female. I liked the man's singing more than the woman's. There was also music by the small band that had piano, accordion, violin, base, and something else. Not the type of music I would go out for, but we enjoyed it. The show finished around mid-night and we got back to the hotel around 12:30am. Unfortunately photos or videos were not allowed at the show so I could only keep the memory in my head :-(
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    A winning combination. BA part II

    A travel blog entry by philandmups on Apr 28, 2014

    13 photos

    ... them out. (In case you're wondering, Rest of the World beat Columbia). We had no idea just how important this tournament was, but we soon got an idea when the large stands of the main arena quickly filled up and the British Ambassador was presented with the national flag just before kick off. Blimey, this was a major event we'd stumbled across (though no Wills or Harry). We quietly sang the national anthem, and settled down in our seats. Come on England!!! So, four ...

    Sightseeing & Tango!

    A travel blog entry by lindb on Jan 15, 2014

    11 photos

    ... for the Tango Show was late picking us up but this just meant that we were last on the bus and didn't have to drive around the city picking up other passengers. We had booked a package with Completo Tango. For 500 pesos this included a lesson, dinner, alcohol and a Tango show. It was well worth the money. The studio is on Belgrano Avenue and is not far from our hostel. The lesson started pretty much as soon as we arrived. Hilarious, the teacher was a ...