Reina Madre Hostel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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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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... with those three cherished little letters,“VIP”.
Indeed we were, so we spent the hour or so waiting for our ferry lounging on sumptuous sofas in air conditioned tranquility and enjoyed priority boarding when the boat finally arrived. Argentine efficiency doesn’t apparently extend to punctuality of ferry boats. Although I am sure the Argentinians would blame the Uruguayans for any delay. We boarded, found our ...
... Argentinians breakfast is better. Bread, cereal, NORMAL tea and the best part....medialunas. They look like a croissant but are not. They are heavier than a croissant and they aren't flaky. Fanny looked after us at breakfast, refilling our plates, cooking eggs (huevo) if we wished. There was a big language barrier, yet we understood her. They do say actions speak louder than words..in this case that was very true. Moving onto my miscommunication of telling a taxi driver our address ...
... for a good 15 minutes, what felt like 15 hours, before the door saw fit to set me free.
On Sunday, the 18 May, a wonderful present arrived for me all the way from South Africa, one Ms Margot Scott! What a joy to be reunited with my university friend, common law wife and birthday twin.
We visited the famous streets and plazas of the city, the San Telmo Sunday market with its endless supply of jewelry and antique junk, and the ...
... fever outbreak in the late 1800s, leaving mansions that became tenement blocks. This really added to the appeal of San Telmo for us - once-elegant crumbling buildings lining the cobbled streets, the bottom halves now shops or derelict, covered in amazing graffiti. The next day we went to the ecological park. It's a nice green area in BA but that's about it. We were hoping to spot some of the wildlife promised by the signs. Unfortunately, unless an ...
... is and which intersecting street they need to go to find it. On many a cold Saturday I used to see less fortunate families gathering awaiting the packing up of the fruit and veg stalls in the hope of getting a bargain box of tomatoes or sweet potatoes.
But no such order was on place today. The colours were the first thing to hit me. Stalls of glittering jewellery, shoes and leather goods, T ...