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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    From Nature to the Bright Lights

    A travel blog entry by shalliday on Mar 05, 2015

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    From the Brazilian side we then took the bus to the Argentinian side of the falls, joined by a Brit with a no entry sign tattooed on his butt and the happiest Californian I have ever met! I didn't think the Brazilian side could be matched but the Argentinian side was incredible, being in amongst the actual waterfalls, you got a real sense of the magnitude of the falls, even in the rain it impressed! Maybe not Anna so much as she soon found ...

    Relaxing days

    A travel blog entry by jamber on Dec 08, 2014

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    ... how our flight to Buenos Aires was going to go so we headed to the airport early. In the end - everything went fine with the luggage. They do require that all boxes have to be wrapped in this green, "safety" cellophane wrapping. We're not entirely sure why because we also saw some people whose carry-on suitcases were wrapped in it. Anyway, we just know we had to shell out another 240 pesos before we could check the wine. The experience at the airport was unlike ...

    Belgrano- The day we almost missed the bus

    A travel blog entry by my.scuba.tank on Jul 26, 2014

    ... with people everywhere. Just a block away and you will be in complete silence. The contrast seems pretty extreme. Around the square with several vendors selling artisan stuffs was a old Catholic Church. We went in to have a look, walked through the busy streets and into the nice residential area where most old buildings have been demolished and replaced with high rise apartments. Hernan showed us few of the ones that still remain and the buildings were ...

    Got to run

    A travel blog entry by dbr2014 on Jan 20, 2014

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    ... effort into my running & fitness the past year or so I don't want to loose it. So, just a 20 minute run this morning, straight up the road & back. The correct technique with running is to look ahead not down at the pavement but that wouldn't work on the Buenos Aires streets. The pavements are terrible, lots of missing tiles and great dips & holes. You want to look up & around at all ...

    Buenos Aires - Spanish and Porteno culture

    A travel blog entry by reframed.abroad on Dec 07, 2013

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    ... exchange, a black market for money developed where Dollars can be changed for 50% more value than with the official exchange rate. This generates massive cost savings for foreigners who are coming with Dollars or Euros to the country. Changing the money on the street seems a little bit dodgy but is very professionally organized. Current black market rates can be looked up on the Internet, so everybody is well informed before ...