Pampa Hostel

Address: Ibera 2858, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, Argentina | 2 star hostel
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This 2 star hostel, located in the C13 area of Buenos Aires, is near Bosques de Palermo, Tierra Santa, Museo de Arte Espanol Enrique Larreta, and Buenos Aires Lawn Tennis Club.
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    Travel Blogs from Buenos Aires

    Last days in BA

    A travel blog entry by lynnvogt on Mar 17, 2015

    19 photos

    We thoroughly enjoyed both yesterday and today in BA. The weather is great - clear and sunny. Yesterday was 25C and today it was 30C. First order of business yesterday morning was to visit the Hair Salon next door to the hotel. John had a cut and a beard trim. I needed a cut and color. My stylist was Wesley, a young Brazilian guy from Sao Paulo. I asked for highlights and was quoted a price of 500 pesos, which is roughly $50 (great price). He proceeded to ...

    Buenos Aires the Paris of the South

    A travel blog entry by jarkaadegboye on Dec 11, 2014

    1 comment, 44 photos

    ... tanecnici tanga, se kterymi se za poplatek muzes vyfotit.

    V prubehu nasi prohlidky nam pruvodce povedel o ‘Matkach z namesti Plaza de Mayo’, namesti starosty, ne majolky J Jestli nesnesete smutnou realitu, tak doporucuju preskocit tenhle odstavec. Priblizne pred 30ti lety Argentina prochazela tezkym obdobim. Armada se dostala k moci a trvde nakladala s jakoukoli opozici. Behem tohoto militantniho obdobi se ‘ztratilo’ v odhadu mezi 20 a 30 ...

    Buenos Aires

    A travel blog entry by claireanddave on Oct 20, 2014

    10 photos

    ... and it was absolutely nothing like we expected. We had imagined a dark damp street with dodgy men in trench coats hidden in unseen alleys, hagged prostitutes lining the curbs plying their trade and kids high on drugs fighting each other over spilt empanadas. That was our criminal dream. In reality the street was actually very nice. It was the mainest widest pedestrianised high street in Buenos Aries. All the usual shops you'd expect to find in a city - clothes shops, ...

    Europe in Latin America...

    A travel blog entry by the5wynns on May 12, 2014

    5 comments, 34 photos

    ... and need a taxi, you need to call this taxi driver, Eduardo Bauchi. I have his number. Not only is he a friendly and helpful sort of guy, as well as a good driver, but more so an excellent historian. We learned more about Argentina's history as well as its current political and economic situation from Eduardo than from any other source while in Argentina. We arrived to the ferry terminal where all of the immigration nonsense is taken care of in one building. Our passports now had ...

    B.A. Graffiti

    A travel blog entry by mattyjordan on Apr 24, 2014

    112 photos

    ... side of the road. She started by tellin us about some of the artwork around and the difference between graffiti, tagging, pieces, stencils and street art.

    There is a huge legal difference between what happens in Argentina and what happens around the rest of the world. It is not legal to graffiti, but if you ask the governments permission to draw on a wall, 8 out of 10 times they will grant it to you. There is also a ...