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

      I'm all steaked out

      A travel blog entry by milskii on Dec 07, 2014

      1 comment, 34 photos

      ... Paris there were some great sights to see. I also took a day trip out to Tigre with Gill and Cillian by train, it's not that far out of BA, but the train was incredibly slow. Tigre was mentioned to me as a good place to visit by the French couple I had met above and sold to me as being like the Venice of South America, but it was nothing like Venice, apart from the fact there was a canal system. Beside the canals were lots of weekend homes so we took a boat trip for ...

      Don't cry for me

      A travel blog entry by liamkirby on Aug 12, 2014

      5 photos

      ... made Argentinian culture what it is today.

      Similarly to their Spanish counterparts, Argentinians seem to indluge in the late start and short mornings, followed by siestas and very late evenings. Like in Spain, Argentinians go out around 2-3 in the morning. Trying to explain the concept of lockouts to these people is like teaching sudoku to Buddy Franklin. After deciding to hit the city's #1 club Pacha with our new Melbournian mate Luke it was most ...

      Buenos Aires, my home away from home

      A travel blog entry by hanajean on Mar 29, 2014

      46 photos

      ... time there, it was very quiet and all the shops closed between 12-4pm for siesta. They also had a chocolateria that i enjoyed visting! I also enjoyed playing cards with Bob and hearing all his funny stories...he sent me an email a week later saying that its lucky he met me and heard my bag stealing story because the same thing happened to him the next day back in Buenos Aires and he would have lost everything if i hadn't warned him!

      Back in Buenos Aires i was excited ...

      Not the best of starts

      A travel blog entry by tomwhitworth on Jan 19, 2014

      ... lady then offered to help clean our bags and got out some tissues. During the cleaning process several locals then jumped out at me and started shouting left and right in my face to take my attention away from my bags. When I looked down my hand luggage bag was gone. One of the locals shouted " I saw her take your bag" pointing at a lady 20 metres away, I sprinted after her and it turns out not to be my bag. Then another local shouts "no, not ...

      It's the eye of el Tigre!

      A travel blog entry by jsquaredgoesto on Nov 22, 2013

      16 photos

      We were up early today - headed up the coast to el Tigre. We hopped on a bus, and took it to the end of the line, past the Buenos Aires city limits. And for that whole hour long ride the city scape didn't change. Buenos Aires is a city built up - all the buildings are tall, and most people live in apartments. There is no grass, except for in the parks - probably why the parks are so popular on the weekends, the population has no where to go outside of their own - ...