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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... Buenos Aires’ town square. It is large and bustling with green grass and two fountains and several monuments honouring various historical figures. One end of the Plaza de Mayo is formed the Casa Rosada (also known as the pink house), the office of the President of Argentina. This is where Eva Perón delivered the speech made famous by Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical ...
... they didn't have rooms either. Figuring our luck had to change eventually, we headed to the main hostel district of Vila Madalena and the final hostel we had a review for (but no phone number). On arriving we found that - of course - they too were fully booked. After staying in near empty hostels during all our time in Rio and Paraty, having this much trouble getting a room seemed crazy. However, we walked down the road to a nearby hostel and finally managed to grab a dorm bed ...
... lots of screaming and shirts coming off to be used as lassos, a middle-aged man grabbed Ari's hand to lay a big victory kiss on the back of it! Certainly no one was making our pizza at this point, so we settled in and hung tight as Argentina ended the game victoriously. Our walk back home, with the pizzas, was a walk of horns blowing from cars, trucks and of the musical instrument variety. There were great big smiles on the faces of every single passer-by, ...
... to the meat restaurant we had visited for the Choripan on our last visit. We both ordered steak and when they arrived Lauren had massive steak envy. Chris's steak was what we were both after, thick and perfectly cooked. Lauren's although drowning in a wonderful creamy basil sauce was thin and way over cooked. One thing you need to know about eating out in Argentina is the bread, it's often not free and this particular restaurant had some ...
... immediately fell asleep in our arms.
I almost forgot to mention that this being Valentine's Day I was happy that both Debbie and I had bought cards for each other before the trip and exchanged them before the show. I was disappointed Emily hadn't gotten us cards but I guess I'll give her a pass this time because I'm not sure she knows what Valentine's Day is yet. Oh and she was wearing a nice shirt also.