Rio Laura Delta Lodge
Travel Blogs from Tigre
... pitbull song came on. We got back to the hotel at about 7 and went straight in for breakfast in our sleepy, slightly drunken states. We planned to get up and go for a second breakfast at 10 but slept through till midday. We met with our new group that night an said goodbye to Fredy. Now there's 14 of us, plus Maiko our new CEO. We found out our action packed itinerary for the next 17 days and went our for the biggest steak known to man! Very Argentinian and had to be done on our last ...
... the energy of the crowd. It was intoxicating you couldn't help but want to stand up and drink in the atmosphere. We, like the rest of the crowd were willing an equaliser for Boca, and in the second half it came and we thought the stadium couldn't possibly bounce more but it did, sadly Boca didn't kick on to win the game or generally improve their play following the equaliser but this didn't stop the fans from singing like they were top of the league. The atmosphere of the ...
... 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 ...
... that came by to see it.
In keeping with Hispanic tradition she kept her maiden last name so she was born, and remained Eva Duarte. When she married Juan Domingo Perón she became Eva Duarte de Perón. She's entombed in the Duarte Family tomb.
Some of these tombs have stairs leading underground so in addition to what's above ground there are presumably more underground.
Finally I went downtown to the Teatro Colón. The ...
... amazing. All six of us (the students) went to a semi-nice restaurant, sat-down, and got to know each other and laugh and enjoy ourselves. The majority of us got wine; I got pink wine because I was told it was the lightest, sweetest. True, but still bitter and strong. Ugh, alcohol. One day, maybe we'll be friends. But the wine was only one dollar less than the water. Water was a little more than four dollars, where wine was a little more than five. Katie and Sarah split ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet