Recoleta Youth Hostel

Libertad 1216, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, 1027, Argentina | Hostel
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Buenos Aires

A travel blog entry by kerriegee


... Still really not my favourite city. The band played at the hostel on Thursday night, much of the same but just packed out with friends of the band. There was also this Brazilian band playing and they were really good. It was a good chance to practice some Spanish. Getting up semi early we went off to find the yellow hop on hop off city tour bus. It takes you across the whole city. Unfortunately it was pretty boring. As the city is so big there are many parts when nothing is ...

Don't Cry For Me....Despite the Rain

A travel blog entry by vwuertz


... or public clinic or if they own a clinic, may make 12,000-15,000 pesos ($1811-$2,264 US) per month. Ironically, a truck driver may make more money than a doctor. Truck drivers could pull in 15,000-17,000 pesos ($2,264-$2,565 US) per month. The poverty levels stands at 30%. Unemployment is 6.7%, which is much better than the high of 27% in 2001. The economy of Argentina is in better shape than it was. However, the government devalued the peso last week ...

More than just good air

A travel blog entry by mirja.bester


... to the Casa Rosada, they offer free tours on weekends and so we figured we'd take a look inside. There was security but they were pretty chilled and in the main foyer there was an exhibition of paintings presented to Argentina from other Latino countries of various Latino freedom fighters to commemorate 200 years of Argentina's independence. The paintings from Mexico and Bolivia were the most interesting. After looking at the paintings we signed up for a guided tour and were ...

Buenos Airies, Argentina

A travel blog entry by mrandmrsgodier


... ourselves at McDonalds. After the usual dilemma of “should we, shouldn’t we?” we arrived at the counter where Stef managed to order in perfect Spanish and walked away the proud owner of a Triple Mac - a bic mac with an extra burger, and a McNifica for Danni which was indeed magnificent. Argentinian McDonalds - a million time better than the UK.

Our first day was spent exploring downtown, here we found a Brazilian festival (having just ...

Buenos aires part 2

A travel blog entry by loganve90


... we found some yoga studios, played soccer in the park, did some general exploring, and met a lot of Greg's old friends for lunch. We actually did surprisingly little exploring. I'm the two weeks at the apartment I didn't do one touristy thing... And that's how I wanted it to be. Living in one place and hanging out with locals really helped me envision what life here is like. Even playing guitar on the balcony helped erase the past months of traveling from my mind as I watched kids ...

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This hostel, located in the C1 area of Buenos Aires, is near Puerto Madero, El Rural, El Museo de Carlos Gardel, and Museo de Arte Hispanoamericano Isaac Fernandez Blanco.
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