Mantengase Hostel

Address: Carlos Calvo 651, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, Argentina | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the C1 area of Buenos Aires, is near Calatrava Bridge, Pasaje La Defensa, La Casa de Esteban de Luca, and Museo Penitenciario Antonio Ballve.
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Travel Blogs from Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires

A travel blog entry by vickiponce on Oct 07, 2014

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... butter, or a creamy sauce. Of course there are other kinds of food, and I wouldn’t want to limit Argentinean food to just three meals. A friend of mine, Caro, who lives in Buenos Aires took us to a traditional Argentinean restaurant where we ate maize soup (locro), pork and bean stew (carbonada criolla) and shepherd’s pie (pastel de papa). It was all very hearty and very tasty too! One odd Argentinean tradition that we came across there was drinking out of ...

Day 1 - Goodbye Europe

A travel blog entry by antoniolorenzon on May 19, 2014

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Sabbatical has officially began!!!

Venice airport 6:30pm. In the Lufthansa plane to go to Frankfurt...mixed feelings between crazy happiness for the adventure to come and a bit of sadness and nostalgia for the tears in my mom's and dad's faces. And Perla too.
I will miss you. Good luck dad! You know.

Next stop Frankfurt! Will I find a find the ...

Buenos Aires, Argentina 14th Feb - 22nd Feb

A travel blog entry by fae-neilvsworld on Feb 14, 2014

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... got canapés with cocktails to start our meal, then a starter with wine, then dinner with more wine, then desert with champagne and then more snacks and brandy close to bed time. First class experience!


Centro – The main business area. It's the cheapest area for eating, but all closes down out of business hours.

San Telmo – We had a couple of days here. On a Sunday, there is a ...

The Streets of BA

A travel blog entry by burkley on Dec 02, 2013

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... and pelting rain sent outside furniture flying across the pavement, even the waiters stand was picked up and thrashed against the tables. Thunder and lightening topped off this impressive display of nature, which we were relieved to be watching from inside rather than battling against it, even if the food was terrible. There is at least one Argentinean chef who can't cook a steak.

Fortunately the weather had calmed for our walk back to the train station and ...

I see dead people... And cats. Not dead cats.

A travel blog entry by adandgen on Sep 07, 2013

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... reclaimed from the river when previous generations of Argentinians dumped building material in it). We figured out a bit too late that there's a weird exchange rate in Argentina where the demand for dollars is a lot higher than the official exchange rate would suggest. We were using our cards and getting about 8.9 pesos to the pound, then we found some weird men on the street that gave 8.5 pesos for dollars, large bills only. Now this may sound super dodgy, it is, ...