Metro I

Address: Avenida Rivadavia 2010, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, C1033AAX, Argentina | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the C3 area of Buenos Aires, is near Palacio Barolo, Plaza San Martin, Congreso, and Sabor a Tango.
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Travel Blogs from Buenos Aires

Tigre, Delta and Boat tour

A travel blog entry by lynnvogt on Feb 21, 2015

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... off. Turns out John got much more of this "bird **** scam" messy liquid stuff all over the back of his tshirt and shorts than I did. The scam, of course, is when you stop walking and let the guy assist you by him helping mop up the messy liquid stuff, then you are robbed. We were lucky, we were not robbed. As previously mentioned, we are not carrying a backpack, a purse, or obvious camera and I am not wearing a watch or rings or necklace but only a small pair of ...

NFL Sunday in Buenos Aires

A travel blog entry by ericjon97 on Dec 21, 2014

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... at Hard Rock Cafe. Gino is leaving to go back home to Holland tomorrow after his travels, so it was good that I got to catch up with him before he took off. We had a good meal at HRC, if not a little loud. There was a live band, which I thought was a bit strange for a Sunday night, and our seats were pretty close to the stage. It made it a bit difficult to chat, but they weren’t on the stage the ...

Don't cry for me

A travel blog entry by wnrdog on Nov 28, 2014

2 comments, 1 photo

... in the world, Avenida 9 de Julio. That's a lot of traffic. Thankfully, I can read the Spanish here (because whatever they speak is not espanol) and found a building that housed a tourist bookstore. They happily gave us a map, and we were on our way.

We visited the Plaza de Mayo, where Evita made her speech. The area is smaller, but reminds me of the mall in DC. Crowds have gathered here in good times and bad; it ...

Ankunft in Buenos Aires Buenos

A travel blog entry by bjoern84 on Nov 05, 2014

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... that we need not have worried. We were with God's blessing on the road, as he was passing even pastors.

So we got relaxed and safely at the hostel. Since we both could not speak Spanish, we had at the beginning of some language barrier means gestures deal. In Buenos Aires namely most people speak only Spanish and no farther foreign languages.

After a week of intensive Spanish (6 hours) per day ...

Puerto Madero- just a beautiful facade

A travel blog entry by my.scuba.tank on Jul 20, 2014

... very touristy. Groups of tourist queuing up to enter the 2 museum ships, Sarmiento and Uruguay which are open for viewing, many posing for pictures with the backdrop of the woman's bridge (puente de la Mujer) and sadly, the numerous overfilled rubbish bins with rubbish scattered all around. We kind of understood what Hernan meant. Walking along Puerto Madero really isn't visiting Buenos Aires for a local point of view. It felt like Singapore to a certain ...