Reina Madre Hostel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsReina Madre Hostel Buenos Aires
We stayed here for 6 nights in the end. Great little hostel and a lovely host too.
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... fan. But by golly, it was delicious. I had a medallion (I think) whilst Helen had sirloin. H's was pretty much the size of a cow whilst mine was so fat and juicy with no fat (sorry any veggies out there) that it just melted in your mouth. Obviously we massively overindulged and both came away with steak babies and me in a somewhat far too much bread, wine and steak coma. Just in time for a taxi ride to the airport and then our flight down south to El Calafate. See ya ...
... due to the weather conditions. The plane that was supposed to arrive after us aborted its landing and returned to the skies. There was a huge electrical storm with strong winds, so we didn't fly out till it was calmer, and even then the seatbelt sign was on for the first 40 minutes of the flight! It was quite bumpy. So..... We arrived at our hotel in Buenos Aires at 10pm! Time for ...
Having braved cold weather for at least two weeks, it was a welcome relief to land in the warmer climate Buenos Aires offered and be able to once again wander around in shorts and t-shirt. Originally the plan was to remain in BA for Adam's birthday and Christmas and then head into the heart of Uruguay for a few days break on a Uruguayan working estancia. However given: a) we'd already done more riding than planned by this point on the trip b) ...
... of employment is working as a dog walker, often walking five or more dogs at the same time….boy, that could be difficult if one of them decided to chase after something! Our guide also talked a great deal about the Portenos, which in Spanish is used to refer to a person who is from or lives in a port city, and what a very proud group of people they are. Buenos Aires is the largest city to which the term is commonly applied ...
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