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... still a lot.) But there are a lot more cars here than in NY, and there is a lot of parking everywhere, like even ON the streets, which would never be found in NY. However, it is pretty crowded. The people here remind me of those in NY though. Walking fast, in a hurry. It's funny, too, because on one of our first days, we went over some stereotypes Argentinians have about Americans, and one is that we are always in a hurry. Which is more or less true. But here, we fit ...
... br> With all the work these two weeks went quite quickly. The place itself Tigre we didnīt like too much, because there is actually not much to see there. The Delta and surroundings are beautiful and a haven for rest and relaxation seekers, because there are NO cars at night and it is absolutely silent. Unfortunately it was now the beginning of the winter already and very chilly and our two fleece sweaters were in continuous use. In summer it must be really nice here though.
... guys some of us had to dance the male part. As I was the taller of Natalie and myself, I ended up being the 'man' for the rest of the evening... The colliding continued as we tried to manoeuvre our way around the floor. It was totally impossible to see the teachers and follow their timing, especially as you had to stop every few steps because of the number of other couples. So from this I sound very negative about the whole experience. It wasn't great, but ...
... of the line and asked if there was a separate first-class line, and they just let us cut the entire line!
- The boarding process had a similar problem, in that they didn't board business-class first - but, since people can still check bags for free, the boarding process wasn't really chaotic anyways.
- Once onboard the plane, we were pleasantly surprised. No lay flat beds, but it was just a short domestic flight (well, two ...
... Serious poverty, in a difficult economy is a growing challenge for the Kirchner Government. As we moved toward our first stop, we saw the offices of many global companies including Ford, Cap Gemini, Ferminich, and Volvo.
THis company ...
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Other places to stay in Tigre
Av. Liniers 566, Tigre | Hotelfrom $90
Arroyo Rama Negra a 500 mts. rio Capitan, Tigre | Hotelfrom $188
Rio Parana de las Palmas, Tigre | 3 star hotelfrom $118
Anastacio El Pollo 1786, Tigre | Hotelfrom $127
Vivanco 1548, Tigre | 3 star hotelfrom $99