Hotel D'Artist

Peron 85 0, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, 1009, Argentina | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Buenos Aires

Great city to Start my Journey in South America

A travel blog entry by becks_togwe07 on Jul 10, 2014

48 photos

The reason why i booked this hostel is because i needed to meet people fast to travel with as i was travelling alone. Getting a taxi from the airport to the hostel was easy. Arrived late and luckily after checking in my hostel i met a few good lads from Ireland and Australia. I went out on my own for a coffee and the first obstacle is that people speak little English here.The lucky part is i can speak a little Spanish and i ...

Argentina: Of Margot and Malbec

A travel blog entry by nicoleloser on May 08, 2014

1 comment, 192 photos

... devoid of tango and debauchery. Determined to bring the district back to life, the artist Benito Quinquela Martin turned the place into his canvas, painting and sculpting the walls and trees, and embellshing the area with every colour imaginable. This brought the vibe back to La Boca. That and the enormous soccer stadium, La Bombanera.

The weekend after Dad and Sibling left South America I stayed in a notoriously nocturnal hostel, ...

Buenos Aires, Argentina 14th Feb - 22nd Feb

A travel blog entry by fae-neilvsworld on Feb 14, 2014

22 photos

... all down the streets so we visited that, dotted all along the markets were bands with people dancing the tango. It wasn’t for tourists, it was just normal weekend life for the locals. Great! We also went back here in the night time to go out for a meal and watch a tango show which was lovely to see.

Palermo – This is more of an upmarket section of town with lots of shops and artisanal markets

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Where's the tango?

A travel blog entry by sarahrtw on Dec 07, 2013

... until noon the following day. We had no other option to find a cheap hostel for the night and enjoy a dinner of pizza and ice cream!

The following day we were able to take the 4 hour bus from El Calafate south to Rio Gallegos, which thankfully went ahead problem free! We then had a 4 hour wait in this terminal, before we could take the 36 hour bus (!) to Buenos Aires. Luckily for us, the bus was very comfortable, fully reclining seats, a good ...

Buenos Aires

A travel blog entry by fsorbie on Sep 24, 2013

... show. Walked around the rose gardens which were open again now and the weather was good, so stayed there for ages. Also the japanese garden, then went to the museum of fine arts but it was closed again. Found the cultural center tho, where there were a few things going on round architecture. Saw some very nice things. Sat in the sun a bit and went through a very rich part of BA back to the hostel. Loaded phone, went to the Plaza Congresso and ate columbian food, ...