Adventure Baires Hostel

Lavalle, 477 Piso 1ยบ, Buenos Aires, 1426, Argentina
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Forum Posts

Over staying my welcome

by virtual786

I am planning to leave BA soon and will have overstayed my 90 day time limit by 9 days. I undertand that I may have to pay a penalty.
Is there a grace period? How much is the fine? What is the proceedure for paying it?

Re: Over staying my welcome

by Porteno

There is no grace period and you will be directed to a customs agent who will charge you the Arg$50 ( or that is what it used to be) this is done at your point of departure, EZE if you are leaving from the international airport.


Re: Over staying my welcome

by cgf

In my opignon you'd better go to Ezeiza earlier than usual and go right away to passport control, just in case, nobody knows, nut it's better staying inside the airport with aircon then to be "no show" at gate :)

Travel Tips for Buenos Aires


by marcelo15

I finally arrived in the cemetery. and to tell you by the truth, when some woman offered me a map of the cemetery. i really regreted not to do. yeah, all the locations are almost similar the most fascinating thing was watching the boxes, forget to say in english. and also, with some help of a lady i found evita peron. but i didn`t know that Carlos Gardel, the most famous singer of TANGO was buried over there as well. so, as you can imagine i was really sad not to visit him.
so, one important thing to say is that if you wanna do a cool tour, BUY THE MAP. is not expensive and it will help you more indeed. the deaths, buried and you can see them inside their boxes...again how do you say? ataud in english?

Multi-talented walkers

by Gypsystravels

In almost every area where there is a park near by you will find these talented dog walkers. How do they manage to walk more than 6 dogs at a time amazed me.

During a walk along the Botanical Gardens, we happen to see this dog walker with about 8 large dogs, all in unison, walking with no care in the world, and so well behaved! The dogs seemed to all get along and somehow manage to do their thing.

We turned the block, and again we see yet another walker with large dogs. Having a large dog in a small area (apartment) while the owner is working or away is probably the reason why you see so many dogs being walked. They do need to get their exercies :) and Portenos love their dogs!

I did not see any walkers with small dogs, but I did see owners walking one or two small dogs.

Golf trip to Buenos Aires - Argentina!

by GeorgeGalpon

Every year I organise a golf trip somewhere in the world. After much discussion we decided to go to Buenos Aires.

Amazing courses, the best meat and friendly people. My suggestion: Olivos, Buenos Aires Golf, Martindale and San Andres.

Our trip was organised by a local golf & travel company.

P.S. Night life not to be missed in Recolletta."

San Francisco Convent and Church

by wadekorzan

The convent was started as ealy as 1587, which is really very early for Buenos Aires history, and the church was begun in the 17th century. The facade of the church is very beautiful, but dates only back to the 19th century. If it is open, you can go inside and there you should look for the beautiful tapestry by visual artist Horacio Butler, and also take a good look at the interior of the dome. If you go to the corner of Moreno and Defensa streets, you'll get a good view of the enormous dome from the outside.

Across the street from the church, there are a number of artists displaying their work, usually on Sundays.

The church is located at the intersection of Adolfo Alsina and Defensa, not far from the Plaza de Mayo.

Esquina Homero Manzi

by elmasri about Tango shows - Tango places

Esquina Homero Manzi is one of many options to watch good tango. I prefer the smaller, more selective restaurants rather than the big broadway like shows. But I heard some of them can be quite spectacular. So the choice is yours. Smart.


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