La Becasina Delta Lodge

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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    TripAdvisor Reviews La Becasina Delta Lodge Tigre

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    Travel Blogs from Tigre

    Emily.... Where are you?

    A travel blog entry by julieblyth on Mar 28, 2014

    5 photos

    ... and everything needs a good paint job. After the main shopping area and pink palace we attempted to order lunch. Thanks to some pointing and broken English we pretty much got what we thought we had ordered. The highlight was the empanada which is the Spanish equivalent of a mince pie. Absolutely delicious and I think we will have to try a few over the next few weeks. Lunch was more successful than our drinks orders for morning tea. I did get a soy latte but the soy was sweetened ...

    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.

    Bohemian Rhapsody

    A travel blog entry by gillie.bowen on Jan 05, 2014

    3 comments, 18 photos

    ... of free champagne. Everyone was very friendly and we spoke in English, Spanish and even French to the other guests. Come midnight, we all stood round in a circle, counting down the seconds in Spanish; we had no idea what to expect - would they start cheering, sing Auld Lang Syne in Spanish, dance the Tango? Instead everyone kissed everyone, including the waiters, chef and chambermaids. Much champagne was consumed and a girl ...

    En route to South America day 2

    A travel blog entry by chrisnorth on Nov 06, 2013

    9 photos

    ... the scale of it. I don't know what I'll be like when I see the Andes !!! I keep thinking I might watch a film but the views are too interesting at the moment. The Lone Ranger is an option but the last time I saw it I was probably with our Pete and my mum and dad. I don't think it got great reviews anyway! Also, I can't be doing with headphones! We have now been flying for about ten hours so I have watched two films, Blue Jasmine and Imogene. They were OK but I wouldn't ...

    Frustration and cloudy days

    A travel blog entry by jessegnatovich on Aug 01, 2013

    1 photo

    ... address close to here where I could get a card. They didn't have any, so I just added a little to Mercedes' card. I tried another place. Nope. Then I decided to find a bus to the money transfer place because I was running out of time, so I got my money and again got frustrated as all get up because I couldn't figure out which bus to take. (At least I didn't get on the wrong one again.) By some miracle, I ran into Jimena and she pointed me to bus 59 and I arrived at ...