Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina, is a sprawling mass of a city on the banks of the Río de la Plata, not a river but the world's widest estuary. First impressions may be of a dirty, polluted and noisy city, but a scratch below the surface will unveil a wealth of character.
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It was a neat and cute boutique hotel in a good location in buenos aires. My experience of staying at hotel infinito was pretty comfortable, they had a really relaxing and chilled out terrace with a jacuzzi, the staff was also very kind and friendly. Since it was a newly opened hotel rooms and the public areas were super clean. ... more
Great location, within walking distance of bus, train & ferry terminals. Good value for the buck. This is not really a hostel, but rather an old fashioned cheap hotel. No kitchen or lounge facilities, and during my stay I did not encounter another soul, except the reception staff, who are on duty 24/7. ... more
Dance classes in Buenos Aires
If any one has any information on Tango lessons, or any other type of dance lessons in Buenos Aires, the information would be much appriciated! ...
Bolivia to Buenos Aires by bus
the best way to get to Buenos Aires by bus, and roughly how much it costs? I did a bit of research and found I could go from Uyuni to Villazon, to La Quiaca, to Salta, to Buenos Aires. Is there a more direct ...
From Buenos Aires to Cordoba
Hey, everyone! Could you please tell me about getting by bus from Buenos Aires to the Blas Pascal University in Cordoba. Greatly appreciate your help. ...
An unfortunate twist
Today I sit in front of the Malaysian Embassy here in Buenos Aires, Argentina. It has only been 2 days since then incident but it feels like I’ve gone through an excruciating whirlwind of an experience. The value of my bag which was cleverly traded off me and its contents is more than what I had lost ...
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