Zentrum Hostel Boutique

Costa Rica 4520, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, Argentina | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires, Iguazu Falls and Salta, Argentina

A travel blog entry by brummiesontour

1

... and restaurants. To say we had an incredible steak would be an understatement, it was overwhelmingly good! One thing we did notice about Argentinian nightlife is the Argentines love of foreign girls. The word gropey doesn't really begin to cover it, not that Jen was complaining of course.
Unfortunately, due to our love of alcohol getting the better of us, we didn't really see too much daylight. After a very drunken night involving Jen ...

NW Argentina-back to Baires

A travel blog entry by kristivojirova

... selling their bracelets. Driving from Salta in a direction of South.No CD so we are listening to my music from mobile.Andes again.Seeing this huge bull passing through water..wild..im amazed.Stopping of.Different rock formations.Red.The sky is blue.Azure.Getting a bombilla for my mate from Nadi as a present.eatibg nuts.. Volani do divociny..Helmer je indian.Zpivame.Volame.Skaceme.Objimame se.Fotime.Priroda je zazracna.Majestatni Andy me dostavaji.Jsem toho ...

Bs As 2.0 [+ What I've Learned About Argentina]

A travel blog entry by lizabee

... each bite the thorough appreciation it deserves. Eventually the teeter totter falls to one side and we run to our impatient taxis. A motivated drive over brings us to a grand old theater. We are escorted in and to a table with bottomless wine. Along with the other tourists we generate some imaginary authenticity and the show begins. Entertaining tango dancing is followed by amazing, by lackluster, by intense tango dancing. Young feet ...

Living La Vida Boca

A travel blog entry by mhwalktheearth

... adventure for us than walking around it. We didn't have much time, so we decided to take a taxi. The place where all the tourists go is called Caminito ("little way"). After a short wait, we were finally able to flag a taxi down. We worked through the language barrier to communicate our destination, then we were off. When the driver pulled back into traffic, he bounced the car off the curb. That didn't instill much confidence in me, which turned out to ...

First Day in Buenos Aires

A travel blog entry by top-of-the-hill

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Will write soon. Having very late nights here, and walking for kilometres around the city. A much different place than Santiago.
We've been in Buenos Aires for 2 sleeps now. We're staying in a lovely self contained apartment, in the Palermo district. Yesterday was our first full day here. We didn't get going until 12 am. It's a big city about 15 million people and we found it a little daunting. We walked block after block, ...

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This hostel, located in the Palermo area of Buenos Aires, is near Jardín Zoologico, Jardin Botanico Carlos Thais, Opera Pampa, and El Centro.
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