La Becasina Delta Lodge

Address: Arroyo Las Canas, Tigre, Province of Buenos Aires, Central Argentina, Argentina | 4 star lodge
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This 4 star lodge, located on Arroyo Las Canas, Tigre, is near Teatro Colon, Recoleta, San Telmo, and La Boca.
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      São Paulo, Foz du Iguaçu & Puerto Iguazù

      A travel blog entry by sanafijioz on Sep 27, 2014

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      ... then walk for 10 minutes. Well... when boarding the metro SOMEHOW I (rebecca) ended up ON the metro and jack didn't. Turns out there isn't much room for error as the doors close very suddenly, especially when wearing big rucksacks! After a minor panic, I made my way to the station we were due to change trains at (fortunately I had the map with the required stations circled) and was helped by a nice English-speaking Brazilian man who it turned out had been the one to scoot in front ...

      One way streets

      A travel blog entry by melita.brandon on May 17, 2014

      9 photos

      ... already had with us so we thought it would be an easy exchange. The guy helping us kept on asking for our 'check in' which we had no clue what he was talking about. Eventually we worked out that he wanted a copy of the stamp we got at the airport when entering the country.... No clue why. Anyways, we had to walk half a block to a photocopy place, get some copies made and eventually after some paperwork, making up passwords, choosing bikes etc we were finally able to ...

      River Livin' on the Bayou

      A travel blog entry by rktravel on Feb 20, 2014

      10 photos

      ... and questioning how much time we wanted to spend on this particular river island.

      We spent eight days on the river in all, and managed to enjoy the small things- parrots in the trees, different boats passing by, cheap beer, decent food, and particularly puzzling people gave the river an oddly magical appeal. However, after eight days we were ready to move on, heading back to Buenos Aires for some clean water, clarity, and new horizons.

      Day 3 in BsAs

      A travel blog entry by kevdebem on Feb 10, 2014

      11 photos

      ... confirming what the paper said. I guess they needed to see for themselves. So we consulted our tourist map that had been partially eaten by Emily and decided to start walking somewhere. Nowhere in particular, just somewhere. We ended up at a famous café opened in 1933. It's name escapes me but they had a good cup of coffee and a good bottle of water. We then headed up the street to the widest street in the world (literally, look it up), ...

      Shopping in BA

      A travel blog entry by woody0198 on Dec 02, 2013

      ... We wandered around until we happened upon our restaurant (Don Julio) about 45 minutes early. But, we were hungry, and we had an early start the next day, so we started in. This was to be our big BA steak dinner that was so famed. We ordered a bottle of Malbec from Colome which was really top notch. Then we had provoleta, which is a grilled slab of provolone, which we opted to have topped with tomato and basil. Yum! More terrible bread accompanied it. Carrie had a Lomo steak, ...