TripAdvisor Reviews Puerto Carpincho Tigre
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... tower, luxury hotel, and international corporation office precinct. We weren't that impressed, and our best find there was a TGI Friday's where we had lunch.
The following day, after some math and working out, we set out on a quest across town to find a useable playground for the kids. Unfortunately, this proved to be more of a "mission impossible" than a quest. While we found plenty of open parks in Palermo and Recoleta, none featured any ...
... the MALBA - a very impressive modern art museum built as with the MONA and the Getty on private money. It had an Excellent exhibition of work by Antonio Berni - who's paintings employed mixed media and were based on the lives of fictional Juanito, a poor boy from the slums, and Ramona, a prostitute. From here we headed home, having first to wait out a big storm. The bar we found to do so had cold beer, hot empanadas and ...
... went back to the hostel for a sleep! Then got up, got ready and went to Tom's hostel where we had a beer but Franzie text saying she wasn't feeling well so Tom and I went for a great dinner at a place down the road (on Chile) - the waiter was really nice and spoke good English. Had a great steak and bottle of wine.
... to Pixie! This was rather strange as they did not respond to the usual nicknames of 'noodle' and 'princess' which really disappointed Jemima, and caused her to miss her 'baby' even more!
The hotel's jacuzzi and sauna were the final call, as we were tired out from a long day of walking. This was the perfect thing for our tired muscles, and even more enjoyable that we were the only ones there, and had drinks served to us!
Dinner tonight was at ...
... which was basically a loaf of bread with the middle taken out and filled with pulled pork and cheese, mmm! They also came with chips so we struggled to finish it all,hence the waitress commenting 'no hombre' - not a man,although ash likes to think it was 'no hambre' - no hunger. Luckily this gave us lots of fuel for what turned out to be an ambitious amount of cycling the next day - we hired bikes and set off ...
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