Kaixo Hostel Central

Juan Domingo Peron 1267, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, Argentina | Hostel
Prices starting from $14.00
 

Travel Blogs from Buenos Aires

Getting tango'd

A travel blog entry by ppgontour

7

... 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 ...

BA

A travel blog entry by lou_w

8

... So it was a bittersweet goodbye to BA... Given I've been staying in a hostel, I think I've had enough. But others are in apartments and home stays - and it sounds like they get to know the city better. Another time! Next stop is Iguazu Falls, as am currently on my first overnight bus. Dad would love these buses.... Double deckers, TV, almost fully reclining, meals, pillow and blanket. Just don't ask about the ...

Hey! I put some new shoes on

A travel blog entry by comeasyouare

1

... the overseers, crew members, and all the workers have been so friendly. Leah set me up with my required hard hat, gloves and safety goggles and put me straight to work with the mudding crew. She is teasingly nicknamed Lea la Jefa (Leah The Boss), but I can see why!! Even though she is my sister and my opinion might be biased, she is a pro! She taught me how to sand and mud and after some sloppy first attempts, we got into ...

The "Study" in Study Abroad

A travel blog entry by stephanieburke

... and definitely teach me to increase my attention span beyond an hour or and hour and a half (typical Elon class length).


*I emphasize the "serious attention" part because for me to really understand a class being taught in Spanish there's no way I can zone in and out of paying attention and I absolutely need to be awake and alert. Also I've never had a class that long before so it was a new challenge!

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Buenos Aires

A travel blog entry by carille_emma

I arrived in Buenos Aires and even managed to catch the city bus from the airport to the hostel. I am staying at Terrasas Estoril, which is located in the microcentro on Av. de Mayo close to the congress. It is a nice hostel with good showers. My roommate is a guy from Canada named Jacky, who seems really nice. Buenos Aires is a beautiful city ...

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