Petit Recoleta Hostel

Pte. J.E.Uriburu 1183, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, 1114, Argentina | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the C4 area of Buenos Aires, is near Palermo, El Ateneo, Lavalle Street, and Feria de Mataderos.
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    Buenos Aires: "Paris of the South?"

    A travel blog entry by nickjackets on Apr 26, 2014

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    ... bags sit on cobbled pavements under lacquered wooden folding tables beside their mistresses while they sip espresso from Italian cups.It also has great restaurants,museums (including the very impressive Fine arts museum) and consequently is a premier tourist hang out.For me personally,Recoleta has been a great place to be based as it sits fairly centrally in the city and has allowed me to explore the whole city by foot piece by piece ,day by day.
    There is just one tiny wee ...

    Buenos Aires (BA)

    A travel blog entry by rivkapi on Feb 18, 2014


    ... deep in the ground.
    I went to the fine art museum - another guided trip in English. Good museum-need 2-3 hours!
    I returnt to rest - no sign of Dina. Finnaly I went by myself to the dancing hall. It is an old place, had seen better times. The music is fantastic, also the dancers. I should go to the real show...

    21/02/2014 - BA: San Antonio de Areco, Congress plaza
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    The Day I Had Work Done

    A travel blog entry by cjgs1430 on Jan 20, 2014

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    ... and wild paint colors) before deciding to head back south. The next unofficial-official goal we set was to see the Plaza de Mayo. The Plaza is the point in the city from where all important avenues spiral, like spokes on a wheel. Here, we saw and took pictures of the Casa Rosada, where the Argentine president (currently, a woman) holds important meetings, while resting our feet under a tree in the grass lawn in front of the house. From the direction we were sitting, ...

    Buenos Aires! 21/11/13-28/11/13 days 81-88

    A travel blog entry by vikkiandchris on Nov 21, 2013

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    ... the neighbourhood and the stadium. Something we really noticed about La Boca was the presence of music! Every street we turned down there was more music blaring out. So cool! As we were walking around, there were people setting up food stalls, not at all like the ones along Busby Way though... They were all BBQ's with burgers, sausage, steak. Even as a vegetarian, it all smelled pretty good! We headed to a park in La Boca which was holding a world food festival so we picked ...

    The wheels on the bus go round and round...

    A travel blog entry by jsquaredgoesto on Nov 19, 2013

    31 photos

    ... a quick snack though and we each had 2 empanadas and a drink for 28 pesos each - a fresh and delishious lunch for 3 for $10, unbelievable! I even managed to order my own lunch and the server said I spoke Spanish well - I can say ham and cheese, and corn empanadas - I will not starve! Joel on the other hand got 50% - when he ordered his chicken he pronounced chicken, spelled pollo as it would sound in English, it ...