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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      Music & passion were always the fashion

      A travel blog entry by spoonball on Oct 31, 2014

      3 comments, 46 photos

      ... laced with beautiful, purple flowering Jacaranda trees.

      The downtown area has many trees ... the Ceibo, with its beautiful red spring blooms, is the national tree; and the Kapoc tree, shaped more like a vase, which holds water. All make for a scenic city drive.


      Buenos Aires as a city arrived relatively late to the scene. The Spanish came in search of gold and found it with the Incas in Peru. BA had relatively little to offer, ...

      I wanna move here...

      A travel blog entry by edthatcher678 on Sep 30, 2014

      1 comment, 7 photos

      ... in the 1900's and ending up in modern day - such a good experience to go and see a tango show in the city where it was born.
      Every Friday there is a 5 a side football tournament in Buenos Aires that the hostel sends teams to so we (me, Canadian shaggy, luke who I've been travelling with since rio, and two English guys we met in Uruguay Ben and Mark) decided to have a crack - how hard can football be? I'd already decided that due to my huge lack of footy ...

      Buenos Aires

      A travel blog entry by peterandsandra on May 08, 2014

      10 photos

      Today we have been on a Buenos Aires city tour. Cooler today, had our coats on. Visited several historic areas, Plaza de Mayo, The Cathedral which doesn't look like a cathedral from the outside, La Boca area (now an arty/ market area, used to be a poor immigrant area and they used free leftover paint from the docks to paint their houses, now a symbol of the area) finishing with the amazing Recoleta Cemetery opened in 1817. People bought plots and ...

      Big City Adventures

      A travel blog entry by rktravel on Feb 13, 2014

      17 photos

      ... was of course another free museum thanks to our agent, Julie Beall! (Thanks mom!) Buenos Aires Fine Arts museum also boasts a fabulous collection, air conditioning, and impressive views from the upper balcony. We spent yet another hour letting our eyes explore the old paintings, sculptures and tapestries before finally heading home on the last, very hot, stretch of our ride. Somehow, for such a massive and busy city, we felt completely safe ...

      Don't Cry For Me....Despite the Rain

      A travel blog entry by vwuertz on Jan 28, 2014

      4 comments, 33 photos

      ... 1,000 US per year for upkeep. However, some families may pay more since the tax is determined by size and location of the mausoleum. Ninety mausoleums do not have to pay this tax because the families are of importance to the government. Eva Peron’s family is one such family. If a family does not pay the tax, the government waits for a period of time, usually about ten years, and removes the bodies inside, refurbishes the crypt, and sells it ...