TripAdvisor Reviews Puerto Carpincho Tigre
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... mausoleums, row after row set up like a small village - but housing the dead of the wealthy families of BA. It was eerie. Spent an hour there. Couldn't find Evita's resting place. Don't cry for us though... Not far away we did find the National Museum. Lots of old paintings and sculptures dating from the 11th C and plenty of contemporary artwork. Highlights included some Rodins and Rubens. I was dead in the water ...
... 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 ...
... mate; instead, you say "que ríco" or "muy bien/bueno". I made a good dulce mate because somehow it wasn't very bitter because it was weak. Yay for weak drinks! That's me-weak drinks: fruity alcohol, tea instead of coffee, if it's coffee-it's a mocha with extra chocolate shots... We finished at API around 4 and we only had a half an hour to get to the exchange place. We BOOKED it. Sarah and I did, at least. We kind left the other four in the dust but they eventually found ...
... avenue, and looked like it was heading off towards some sort of after party as we tried to work out how to get back to Centro/San Telmo... More Asados A different hostel and another Asado...this time held on the rooftop, after a rain shower and definitely colder than any of the previous ones I have been to. But basically the same formula - a very simple salad, some bread and lots of meat. Or in this case, more meat than anything else, but not enough as we ...
... 8217;s domestic and wild animals have a way to navigate the thick fauna.
On our first day, Betty, Sam, and I relaxed on the hammock, swing, and the dock with some beer. Before sunset, we walked from one end of the island to the other in about 7 minutes. On our walk we saw lots of dogs, two domesticated Rheas (relatives of the ostrich), and an abandoned house with a pool filled with algae. Our hosts, a married couple ...
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