Tanguera Hostel

Chile 657, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, Argentina | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the C1 area of Buenos Aires, is near Caminito, El Querandi Tango Dinner Show, Torre Monumental, and La Casa de Esteban de Luca.
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    Chorizo sandwich and the Parks of Buenos Aires

    A travel blog entry by my.scuba.tank on Jul 25, 2014

    ... left 5 mins before closing and had a McDonald's ice cream cone with dulce de leche favour at a seat with cemetery view. It's a very Argentinian thing. Hernan has made us crepes topped with dulce de leche and it's quite nice. It's some kind of condensed milk brown in colour. It's a little sweet but acceptable for me in small amount. You find them everywhere in Argentina. They use it for almost any kind of food. Enough walk today, so we finished our ice ...

    Semana Uno!

    A travel blog entry by jkimmelman5615 on Jun 09, 2014

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    ... influenced the city with its architecture and dialects. There were also Welsh, British, Germans and Jews, who seemed to pass through Buenos Aires on their way to establish settlements in the interior. Buenos Aires is a beautiful city filled with so much diversity but it is also not my ideal living style. I constantly feel very crowed and I would like to go ...

    Buenos Aires

    A travel blog entry by nadan92 on May 31, 2014

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    ... shining and we were ready. We visited San Telmo market which was huge! We then walked down to Recoleta were we visited the famous cemetery, it was a very weird experience, and after a few laps of the statues we managed to find Evita's grave. After a little bit more wandering around we decided to head back to attempt our tango experience for the second time. This time we were ready 45 minutes early, we weren't missing it! We were picked up ...

    11/2/ Buenos Aires

    A travel blog entry by kristivojirova on Feb 12, 2014

    ... ll walk together to the train station later on since I was going for milonga and they went out for a booze night. Had a shower and relaxed for a bit.Bought bananas and oranges.8 pesos.Cheap.my local groceries shop.Had also two corn empanadas..yummy! Ok.milonga -Porteno y Bailarin.Walked there from the Congress station. 11pm but felt safe.Police on every corner. The average age of the tangueros was 50+.Later on a young growd ...

    Day 1 - Buenos Aires

    A travel blog entry by gregchinery on Dec 21, 2013

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    ... and velvet with matching olde-worlde cutlery. The three course meal was quite good. I had the steak which was perfectly cooked. Tina's seafood pasta was very pedestrian and smelled a bit like cat food. But plenty of wine before and during the well performed tango show salved her disappointment. The show itself was classy and vey professional. At the end of the night they dropped us off at the hotel and we tumbled into bed, exhausted but well ...