TripAdvisor Reviews Puerto Carpincho Tigre
Travel Blogs from Tigre
... crossing a large street. It was really 4 streets in one. 4 lanes then a small grass area, then another 4 lanes, then 4 bus lanes then 4 more car lanes and yet another 4 lanes to finish. Crossing by foot was at least two phases of traffic lights and at least 150 metres to walk. At the end of the afternoon we both felt we deserved a cold drink. We persevered at a local restaurant very near our hotel and had a very generous gin and tonic while Regan got through a litre of beer. ...
... less than £300 for the two of us!
When we got home it was dark and the skies were rumbling. Then there was a huge thunder clap and the heavens opened. It rained torrentially for the next twelve hours! When it finally stopped, the sun came out again but the temperature had dropped dramatically - bliss! It has made sight-seeing so much more pleasant this week. We had a great day at the Plaza Dorrego and the antiques fair which ...
... 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 ...
Friday 1st November - Day 39
Back to Buenos Aires for the weekend. I was keen for Kelly to see the incredible market at San Telmo and La Bomba de Tiempo so we decided to stay until Tuesday.
Leaving our comfy hotel wasn't made any easier by the torrential downpour that soaked us on the way to the train station. A bit groggy from our anniversary celebrations, we found a seat on the train for what we hoped would be a peaceful ...
... drinks for the equivalent of less than ten bucks, until 1am. Yay, socializing! No matter what I did, which way I sat, I couldn't manage to keep my eyes from closing in my history class. I think the teacher is just too boring. It reminds me of my world interdependence and food class last semester-the material has the potential of being super interesting but the way it's taught makes it awful. Unfortunately, I was misunderstood about only having Portuguese on Tuesdays. It's ...
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