Petit Recoleta Hostel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... for a walk deeper into the delta along narrow “creeks”. To get home we had to simply wait on the jetty until a boat came past. Being a busy Saturday, we had quite a wait! Back in Tigre we took a direct train back to the city. Half the group were booked to go to a Tango Show and dinner and the other half went off in search of a simple dinner. They ended up back at the ...
... The waitress came over and asked if everything was alright, if he wanted a sick bowl or anything (as you do), right before he woke up demanding to know what we were doing and who the hell ordered him a steak. After quite a drunken outburst about not wanting any kind of steak, he was sound asleep again. And of course as soon as the steak came, the head was up and the nose was sniffing and the steak was gone in seconds. Although we missed out on the club, I think the steak story ...
... of a news story! But the culinary highlight was the steak! Argentina is famous for its Asado (barbecue) and there's no way you can travel here without trying it. We decide on Don Julios which was close to the hostel and had a really good reputation. We got there just after it opened as we were told without a reservation you could be waiting quite a while if you rocked up late. Well we were the first ones there but almost all the tables had ...
... a short 4 day trip to Iguazu falls where I can cross into Brasil and come back. I've been wanting to go to the falls for a while, so it seems like the right opportunity to do so. Other than that, I plan on being in BsAs for a while. Sooo that pretty much covers my current plan, as in I havenīt really sorted out any other items to add to the to-do list after "continue dancing through life in BsAs", but Iīm open to whatever might swing my ...
... them. Our first day was spent on the Brazilian side which follows the falls to the "Devils Throat" slowly dropping down so you end up beneath the falls. The views are spectacular all the way along and the volume and number of waterfalls are remarkable.
The Argentinean side allows you to stand on top of the falls and look down the Devils throat; an impressive horse shoe waterfall so loud you can hear the roar long before ...