Tanguera Hostel

Address: Chile 657, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, Argentina | Hostel
 
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Location

This hostel, located in the C1 area of Buenos Aires, is near Caminito, El Querandi Tango Dinner Show, Torre Monumental, and Our Lady of Rosario Basilica.
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        Buenos Aires August 8th - 14th

        A travel blog entry by mariekell on Aug 09, 2015

        ... we got a taxi back to the hostel with possibly the oldest and cutest taxi driver in the world. As Aud said he may have been 91 but he drove like a young fella! A taxi from Millhouse to Palermo (which is where all the best steak restaurants are) costs roughly 80 pesos. We hung around the dinning area in the hostel having tea and chats with the girls to hear all about their day as we split into two groups today. And so our 3rd day in Buenos Aires is coming to a close and now as we head ...

        Leaving Buenos Aires

        A travel blog entry by ben.sklaroff on Jul 23, 2015

        1 comment, 7 photos

        ... that we didn't see. Our main observations on Buenos Aires: Dogs everywhere. However, unlike the filthy mangey mutts you see in the likes of India, Thailand, or Sri Lanka, these politely roam in packs, tethered to employed dog walkers who manage 10-15 of the groomed pooches at a time. The dugs have an absolute ball, being taken out in groups and allowed to play freely in one of the city's many parks. Happy dogs (and a brilliant job!). Steak and wine. The ...

        City of Posadas manana

        A travel blog entry by lynnvogt on Mar 02, 2015

        26 photos

        ... we have been experiencing life in a large, beautiful South American city. We went into an antique store/art gallery where some of the contents were formerly owned by the upper class. Due to the contraction of the economy, people have needed to sell these items possibly to maintain a certain level of lifestyle. John relented and we did visit the Cemetario de la Recoleta, which holds the tombs of ...

        My Sunday trip with John's friend

        A travel blog entry by emily26 on Dec 07, 2014

        ... I am getting the hang of the Argentinian accent althoguh I won't change my Mexican Spanish for the Argentinian accent. He then dropped me back at my hostel. I spent the early evening snoozing and reading my book. One guy who has been at the hostel a long time is from Chile. He loves making an asado. So he came around to collect 50 pesos about £4 from everyone who wanted to eat and then he cooked up a storm. I ...

        Belgrano- The day we almost missed the bus

        A travel blog entry by my.scuba.tank on Jul 26, 2014

        ... private schools and nice buildings. We went to Chinatown where a china gate marks the Chinatown district. Many chinese shops sell different things and Hernan said Chinatown is where you can find some items that you cannot get anywhere else, mainly for cooking. There are also many chinese restaurants around the area but we weren't hungry yet. We briefly walked by the crowded Chinatown street and continued with our tour. When we arrive at the city centre, the streets ...