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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      Buenos Aires

      A travel blog entry by vickiponce on Oct 07, 2014

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      ... hilarious (but maybe you had to be there…). The cake was brought out at in a hurry as we were running slightly late, but Scott still had a good surprise and we all sang happy birthday (just to annoy the waiters even more…), and then off we sped to the show. It was called Fuerza Bruta and was literally the best show I think I’ve ever seen in my life. It was a performance dance/gymnastic show but there was no permanent stage, instead the stage was moved ...

      Big Bad Bustling Buenos!

      A travel blog entry by gerad-and-lisa on May 20, 2014

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      ... after being on a bus for 4 days but our luck turned around when we found Chill Inn, a brand new hostel (about 2 months old) run by absolute legends. The place was spotless, in an great area, piping hot showers and the included breakfast was great. We had a few things we wanted to do while we were in Mendoza, the first one being a tour through the wineries Mendoza is famous for. We chose to do a self guided tour where we just hired bikes and ...

      Atlantic Drive

      A travel blog entry by jo8anthony on Feb 10, 2014

      82 photos

      From the end of the world (Ushuaia) the next stop was Buenos Aires, if you've ever seen a map of Argentina you'll appreciate the two cities are quite far apart; 2371 kilometres to be exact. Once you've sat on a truck driving 12+ hours a day for 5 out of 6 days you appreciate it even more.

      The first night after leaving Ushuaia was spent bush camping in the deserted town of San Gregoria complete with a ship wreck. A check of ...

      Palermo Culture

      A travel blog entry by burkley on Dec 06, 2013

      18 photos

      ... roast beef, fries and a coffee. Before catching the bus back we wandered the nearby markets and decided to come back tomorrow to explore properly.

      At the recommendation from Richard who we met on our Mendoza wine tour last month, we had made a reservation at Casa Coupage, a closed door restaurant for the evening. Unlike the pop-up restaurant trend in Australia at the moment, BA's closed-door restaurants are quite the opposite. You need to make a booking ...

      Our first week: Buenos Aires

      A travel blog entry by rubyandwolsey on Sep 16, 2013

      113 photos

      ... amazing tango and everyone would be really impressed and we would win the big dance contest and our disapproving father who never thought we would amount to anything would say he was proud. Something like that. C: The Tango is difficult and embarrassing. The first thing they teach you is how to walk.......forwards. Now, those of you that know me well, know I don't claim to be the world's best at walking, but I'm a confident walker, been doing it all my life. Different ...