TripAdvisor Reviews Puerto Carpincho Tigre
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... they didn't have rooms either. Figuring our luck had to change eventually, we headed to the main hostel district of Vila Madalena and the final hostel we had a review for (but no phone number). On arriving we found that - of course - they too were fully booked. After staying in near empty hostels during all our time in Rio and Paraty, having this much trouble getting a room seemed crazy. However, we walked down the road to a nearby hostel and finally managed to grab a dorm bed ...
... as well. We set off in search of the Japanese Garden that Brandon read about online. It took a while for us to find it, but when we got there it was amazing. We spent an hour or so walking, taking pictures, enjoying the peacefulness of the place, we even had our names written in Japanese! Time was running out, so we quickly made our way back to drop off the bikes. We walked back to the house but decided on the way that we needed to eat before heading to the airport. ...
... the stroller down to the lines, and was very gracious to help guide us through a somewhat labrynthine connection to the proper train. He told me he would like to travel to the US, Canada, and Europe but didn't have the money at the moment. It was a very nice random act of kindness for him to help us and he wanted nothing in return. We got back to the hotel and arranged for a trip to Sucre restaurant per advice from Isabel at the front desk. She ...
... a neat shop called Studio Recoveco..check them out on Facebook...great job reusing materials to make furniture! Off to the airport with lots of time to spare, we step out of the taxi feeling self-assured and get into line with quiet certitude now as we have some practise at this! WELL, not to be..."have you proof of your departure from Ecuador ", he asks? "No, we are just planning as we go", we respond. ...
... 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 ...
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