Vi Luz y Entre Hostel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Non-smoking rooms
- Multilingual staff
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... warned off the metro..... Been on two walking tours and realise we have only just scratched the surface of this place. Although it isn't very touristy (no major sights or things to do so not much call for English) so some better Spanish knowledge would have made it easier to get ...
... who lived there. In the area I also visited Boca Juniors football club, the origin of the teams colours is from when they were starting the team they decided that they would take the colours from the flag of the next ship to dock at the port and the ship came from Sweden so the team colours became yellow and blue. I also loved the area of San Telmo with all of the antique shops/stalls to wander around, although you had to watch where you trod as there was often dog ...
... group got very ill (turns out it was food poisoning from lunch) and ended up having to go to the hospital for the night (not a fun experience in buenos aires)...he was well enough to check himself out the next day, but it was certainly a drama filled ...
The overnight journey was much more pleasant than expected; we arrived in buenos aires raring to go and super excited to meet the rest of our tour group. Upon arrival at the hotel Carson we found out that the welcome meal was at 7pm so we had the whole day to explore buenos aires! Misha was sharing a room with a really friendly girl Ramona so it worked out perfectly. We ...
... so early in the morning. Clearly I will have to wait and do my laundry after I get to Paraguay.
During check-in, I also experienced another problem. The hotel’s complimentary airport shuttle doesn’t start running until 6:00 a.m. My international flight is at 7:20, so that’s too late. I had to arrange a taxi
for 5:30, for which I’ll have to pay 100 pesos ($15). ARGH!
I got online and quickly the realization hit me that I ...