Rio Laura Delta Lodge
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
TripAdvisor Reviews Rio Laura Delta Lodge Tigre
Travel Blogs from Tigre
... are just worth it, we had a lovely hour watching the neighbourhood go by especially as it appeared that everyone was coming home from work. Dinner was at a small local place about 3 blocks from our hotel. Regan's steak was about 3/4 of his dinner plate and he couldn't finish it (a first I think). I had the trout which was really nice and we both finished off with some flan. It was a lovely evening so we took the long way home. Tomorrow is more exploring including an area called La ...
... forever - stall after stall, complete with Tango dancers and the famous Plaza Dorrego Bar where we downed a few beers. We have been to see the Floralis Generica (a 20 metre high 'flower' which opens and closes at the beginning and end of each day), the Torre de los Ingleses (a gift from the British Community to Argentina) in Plaza San Martin, Alvear Avenue (the home of haute-couture, various palaces and the French Embassy mansion) ...
... 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 ...
... it wasn't. An elderly lady sat opposite us and started chatting away in Spanish. We politely listened, understanding the odd word but half and hour later the little old lady was still jabbering away, oblivious to the fact that we didn't understand a word she was saying. At one point she acted out shooting someone with an imaginary machine gun. On the few occasions when she'd finally stop talking, we'd start chatting between ...
... Thursdays but just from 4-5:30. So therefore, I had an hour and a half to kill in between history and that. So I decided to go look for a sube card, and a place to add credit to my phone. So. I found a kiosk where I added 100$ to my phone, the equivalent of maybe $12, $15. Then I tried to call my voicemail (how I'd originally found out I needed to add credit) and it STILL said I was out of money. Finally I found my receipt, and realized when telling the cashier my phone ...