Petit Recoleta Hostel

Address: 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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      The city of Evita then the Iguazu Falls

      A travel blog entry by thomasworldtour on Dec 02, 2014

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      ... usual trick of intensive sightseeing we had resolved to wander through the streets instead, so after leaving San Telmo (not before Dom had identified where we would eat that evening) we wandered up the main shopping street of the town.

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      Ladies who lunch

      A travel blog entry by lucyandhayley on Aug 17, 2014

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      ... of an impending great food and drink experience- NOT a sign we were about to be ripped off) and so we patiently waited. We were not disappointed. The inside of Tortoni was beautiful with chandeliers covering the ceiling and art work adorning the walls. The waiters zipped around delivering croissants in black uniforms with white napkins folded over their arms- perfect! All in all we stayed in there for over 2 hours- ...

      On War and Football

      A travel blog entry by travelingtiara on Jul 10, 2014

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      ... regulation minutes, thirty overtime minutes, and then the dreaded penalty shootout. When the fourth and final goal is scored, the country erupts with tears of joy, shouts of pride, and effervescent smiles. I stand on my balcony amazed, listening to the city as it slowly comes to life. I allow myself to join the festivities and skip merrily in the streets listening to the tunes of people singing, horns honking, and ...

      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 ...


      A travel blog entry by jmsges on Jan 20, 2014

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      ... 10 minutes of attempted communication) that we have no idea what we just ordered. We talked about a few things, but I don’t remember deciding on any actual entrees… only appetizers. There was, however, a point where my brother and I were just saying cow over and over again... Adventure time!

      A couple of minutes after we order, we see a table in the next room that also doesn’t speak proper Spanish. THEIR waiter has an iPad ...