Travel Blogs from Tigre
... was oozing with cheese, it was literally a heart attack on a plate.) unfortunately Fredy didn't come out but told us that we should go to the area Palermo, so after pre drinks in our room and the consumption of a £3 litre bottle of vodka, we headed out. Palermo was really busy, with lots of bars but we ended up in a club because there weren't any outdoor fiestas like we'd hoped for. It was a pretty fun night, dancing to all the Spanish music and everyone getting excited when ...
... for the scenes to return to a party type atmosphere as this was the last home game of the season for Boca. The noise levels started to rise and so did the rhythm of the jumping, we thought it would slow down as the first half wore on bit, but it never did. Then we thought when the other team scored and Boca were playing pretty badly it might slow the crowd down - it did the opposite, conceding a goal made the fans go up another level. With every missed pass and tackle by Boca it ...
... said to us "your home is a dream" - at home in Canada we have a yard and grass and a place of our own to go outside and enjoy - a dream. Buenos Aires translates to good air - and we can attest, for a city with a population of 4 million, the air is fresh - there are so many trees, and on every terrace there is greenery.
After the bus ride, we got on the tourist train that runs up the coast - follows the river - to Tigre. It was about another 1/2 hour or ...
... to this blog I still have more.) It's amazing how much time, effort and money have gone into building monuments over graves to remember the dead.
This cemetery holds the remains of a lot of notable Argentines including Eva Perón, Argentine presidents, a winner of the Nobel Peace Prize, and even a granddaughter of Napoleon. In order to get pictures of Eva Perón's site I had to hang around and take pictures in between the ...
... that I will be coming home with some paintings. Trying mate, an Argentinian popular drink (beverage) was also one of my favorite parts. I love trying all these new things (because as many know, this is a new concept for me.) When in Rome, though, right? It's sort of bitter, like a green tea with something else. The others said it's like coffee and green tea but I don't think it's that gross. It's actually alright. I'd rather drink that than wine.... So lunch. It ...
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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 $239
Anastacio El Pollo 1786, Tigre | Hotelfrom $96
Rio Parana de las Palmas, Tigre | 3 star hotelfrom $278
Vivanco 1548, Tigre | 3 star hotelfrom $69