Rio Laura Delta Lodge

Address: Rio Parana de las Palmas, Tigre, Province of Buenos Aires, Central Argentina, Argentina | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Rio Parana de las Palmas, Tigre.
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      Travel Blogs from Tigre

      Just hanging out in Buenos Aires

      A travel blog entry by julessabbatical on Oct 04, 2014

      3 comments, 1 photo

      ... I quickly crossed the street, grabbed my bag and .... headed for empanadas. Yup - still the best.
      I headed back to the hotel and did some laundry and hit the gym before I ventured out again. I had a late dinner at a cute place called Miranda (on Costa Rica Street). Very good food - service not what we are used to in the US.
      On the weekends, things pretty much do not open until mid-day and the city doesn't get moving until the afternoon. ...

      Drinking Buddies

      A travel blog entry by josh_chrissy on May 21, 2014

      1 comment, 42 photos

      ... that night. We asked when the next session would be, as we already had a restaurant in mind for that night. Roberto said that he holds only one of these nights per month. The price was about AUD $20 and there would be some food served as well. Roberto even offered to drive us to the restaurant later that night! It sounded too good to be true, so we booked the wine tasting in, purchased a few bottles to help pass the 3 or so hours until we had to meet Roberto again, and we were ...

      Last Day Blues

      A travel blog entry by budjuggler on Mar 09, 2014

      ... deck of the bus and decide to get off in San Telmo which, we had read, was an antiques area with a big market. Although this is more prevalent on a Sunday, there are a number of streets and an undercover market. Andy was most impressed with one dealer that seemed to specialise in old bacon slicers - you know the kind where the old fashioned grocer slapped the joint on a plate of spikes and turned the handle to cut wonderfully thin slices with a swoosh noise, think Lin's Mum ...

      Swan upping

      A travel blog entry by guyfairbank on Dec 18, 2013

      4 photos

      ... keep valuables inside a rucksack to deter the pickpockets BS As has 150 bus lines run by some 90-odd companies. There's a handy booklet telling you how to find a route The earliest metro line was built by the British. The tiles give it away - and the fact the trains drive on the left Portenos (the name for locals) are invariably polite and give their seat up to a lady or elderly person But their tattoos are pretty awful. They have a ...

      It's the eye of el Tigre!

      A travel blog entry by jsquaredgoesto on Nov 22, 2013

      16 photos

      ... finally we saw some neighbourhoods that resembled those we are so used to seeing - houses with grass, instead of apartment buildings and concrete. The towns (I suppose they are suburbs) were pretty, with a few glimpses of the river here and there from the train. The train only had a few people on it, and the trip was pleasant.

      We arrived in Tigre, a large casino (which aren't allowed within the Buenos Aires city limits - there is one in Puerto Medera, but it ...