La Sonada

Address: Anastacio El Pollo 1786, Tigre, Province of Buenos Aires, Central Argentina, 1648, Argentina | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Anastacio El Pollo 1786, Tigre, is near Parque de la Costa, Tigre Boat Tour, Museo Naval de la Nacion, and Museo de La Reconquista.
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    Travel Blogs from Tigre

    End Notes

    A travel blog entry by consul10t on Mar 29, 2015

    3 photos

    ... cup made of gourd with a silver straw sticking out in one hand and a thermos bottle in the other hand. We learned that they are drinking a kind of tea made from an indigenous bush called the Yerba Mate (Mah-Tay). They fill the cup about 2/3 full with the leaves, pour hot but not boiling water over them, and suck the tea through a metal straw with a filter at the bottom called a "bombilla". The Mate has caffeine and (supposedly) medicinal qualities, and is meant to be ...

    Setting Off Part 2

    A travel blog entry by nancycaldwell on Jan 08, 2015

    5 comments, 7 photos

    ... Buenos Aires’ town square. It is large and bustling with green grass and two fountains and several monuments honouring various historical figures. One end of the Plaza de Mayo is formed the Casa Rosada (also known as the pink house), the office of the President of Argentina. This is where Eva Perón delivered the speech made famous by Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical ...

    São Paulo, Foz du Iguaçu & Puerto Iguazù

    A travel blog entry by sanafijioz on Sep 27, 2014

    6 photos

    ... it was Sunday. This meant that finding an open restaurant proved tricky and in the end we went for a little splash out (£20 per head) at an all-you-can-eat BBQ. Food was incredible, with a massive and diverse buffet (Becca got some fresh salad and a couple of Englishy bits so was very happy!) and awesome meat, including specially prepared filet cooked to order. There were plenty of photos on the wall of famous people eating there. Recognised a few of the footballers, ...

    Argentina: Of Margot and Malbec

    A travel blog entry by nicoleloser on May 08, 2014

    1 comment, 192 photos

    ... 18th century style mansion, now ironically occupied by vendors.

    As for the Porteño culture, I will attempt to impart some of what I have learned. Lesson one, the local lingo. Forget all pronounciation rules learnt in the other South American countries. When in doubt say dale, the magical overarching word usable in all contexts. To be called gordito (fatty) or boludo (big balls) is a term of endearment, not an insult.

    Lesson ...

    Buenos Aires, Argentina 14th Feb - 22nd Feb

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

    22 photos

    ... Siga la Vaca – This was a set price for an all you can eat meat feast with salad bar and the price included a litre of beer each. This restaurant is well known all over Argentina so of course we had to visit. It really was delicious. We had to get a taxi home as we ate sooo much!!


    Montevideo 48 - $44 a night for an apartment, however not enough kitchen equipment to even cook! Only brekkie ...