La Menesunda Hostel

Address: Boedo 742 , Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, Argentina | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Boedo 742 , Buenos Aires, is near Museo de los Ninos, Complejo Tango, Chinatown, and Sabor a Tango.
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    Day 392: Buenos Aires, Argentina

    A travel blog entry by jsedwin on Aug 04, 2015

    10 photos

    ... been living in a clean place with a person who lives nicely, taking hot and high pressure showers, and eating great food; gotta say, it feels pretty damn good; also, I think my mother will appreciate that I'm not a smelly animal when I do finally get back to New Jersey... It took a lot of convincing from Vidala to actually get me to buy deodorant, haha! After dinner, we walked back to Vidala's, talked a little, fought a little (we do that a lot) and then ...

    We Return to the Land of Eva Peron

    A travel blog entry by vwuertz on Jan 29, 2015

    2 comments, 7 photos

    ... Eva Peron, standing at a microphone. Evita is definitely a legend, but we wonder how much of the legend is pure myth and how much is fact.

    We decide to eat dinner at a small restaurant on the corner of Libertad. Our waiter does not speak much English, so between my Spanglish and pointing, we order our meal. The meal is delicious and filling. It dawns on us that we hadn’t eaten since this morning on the plane, so ...

    The city of Evita then the Iguazu Falls

    A travel blog entry by thomasworldtour on Dec 02, 2014

    59 photos

    ... to spend about 5 hours at the falls however and they were undeniably impressive, the sheer noise was amazing and the volume of water going over was staggering (and very wet if you got too close!). While we were there we bumped into Lorcan and Naoise , an Irish couple we had first met in the Colca Canyon and then later in Cuzco and we caught up on what we had been doing since and arranged to meet for dinner.

    After a swim and a nap back at ...

    Ladies who lunch

    A travel blog entry by lucyandhayley on Aug 17, 2014

    7 photos

    ... room in our cases and our interest in the market dwindled. Hayley remembered reading about Cafe Tortoni- the oldest café in Buenos Aires! Now cafés are just up my street (even better if they are old and have a Parisian ambience!) So we left the group and set off to find the street mentioned in the guidebook. We were pleased to find a queue outside (contrary to what my dad tried to teach me, I believed this was a ...

    Buenos Aires: "Paris of the South?"

    A travel blog entry by nickjackets on Apr 26, 2014

    43 photos

    ... of politics.The citizens have their own mayor and public services,the city in effect is a “Province” and this has only recently come into effect in the last 15 years.
    The city is divided into areas, La Boca,San Telmo,Monserrat,Recoleta,Palermo,Balvan era and San Nicolas.Each of these areas have their own unique characters and quirks.My hotel is in the Recoleta area which sits between Avenue del Liberatador and Avenue Sante Fe,it is renowned for its French ...