Travel Blogs from Rosario, Argentina

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Banqueting richly upon units of distance, Rosario de Tala (a different Rosario altogether), Argentina travel blog

Banqueting richly upon units of distance

A travel blog entry by nigelball

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... bargain of my previous stay in Victoria was sadly already occupied owing to it being the weekend, and since after the debacle of Rosario bus station I was in no mood to start hunting around for alternatives, I checked into what appeared to be a hotel just ...

Birthplace of Ernesto Guevara, Rosario, Argentina travel blog

Birthplace of Ernesto Guevara

A travel blog entry by aborder

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... a pathetic voice, ´Frio! Frio!´she then brought me a blanket!! So, I come to the end of my short time in Argentina. It has recently suffered from high inflation, so all the prices published in the Lonely Planet guide (published March 2010) had ...

Doing it the hard way, Rosario Bus Station, Argentina travel blog

Doing it the hard way

A travel blog entry by nigelball

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... no good at all, so in order to attract the right calibre of candidate, the management ran a nationwide contest to find Argentina's grumpiest and most obnoxious people, the winners receiving a prestigous position behind one of the much-sought after desks ...

Zzzzz, Rosario, Argentina travel blog

Zzzzz

A travel blog entry by nigelball

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I got to Rosario at you know which time of day, and checked into a basic hostel, refusing to be duped once again by the guidebook's dubious accommodation list. Fortunately I didn't encounter any of those irritating "backpacker" types - this wasn't that ...

Gualeguaychu,St Antonio Areco,Rosario,Cordoba, Gualeguaychu,St Antonio Areco,Rosario,Cordoba, Argentina travel blog

Gualeguaychu,St Antonio Areco,Rosario,Cordoba

A travel blog entry by marc-patty

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... where we tour around an historical ranch which is now a museum. Rosario, Is This Argentina's Finest City? Our next stop, Rosario, is Argentina's third largest city, and many say it's best. After spending five days here, we agree that it does have a ...

Háts off to Hernán the Hair Mán, Rosario, Argentina travel blog

Háts off to Hernán the Hair Mán

A travel blog entry by dazzla

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After another day soaking up the BA's atmos we decided to head out to the small - but Argentina's third largest - city of Rosario on the Rio Paraná. It was here where Motorcycle Diarist and revolutionary Che Guevara was born but what most rosariños seem ...

Rehearsing my social skills pt II, Rosario, Argentina travel blog

Rehearsing my social skills pt II

A travel blog entry by nigelball

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... a bunch of friendly thesps and musos. The next day was a public holiday, and the first time I had ever seen anywhere in Argentina look busy. The very attractive costanera riverside was rammed, as was the nice park which provided nice benches for me to ...

South America begins...., Rosario, Argentina travel blog

South America begins....

A travel blog entry by mrjoey

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... fishing and a night walk through jacara (like alligators) infested waters. And after the Pantanal it was down towards the Brazil/Argentina border to the famous Iguazu falls. According to Indian legend, the falls were created when a warrior and his love ...

Rosario, Rosario, Argentina travel blog

Rosario

A travel blog entry by marc-patty

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The kindness of strangers, Rosario, Argentina travel blog

The kindness of strangers

A travel blog entry by brendanlarkin

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... with us. There is a monument there that commerorates the foundation of Argentina and inside there are flags from all the "friends" of Argentina. Unfortunately Ireland´s flag is not there. I don´t know if the two countries fell out but we did our best to ...

Che Che Che...., Rosario, Argentina travel blog

Che Che Che....

A travel blog entry by davyandelve

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... man and we stayed up drinking until in early hours. We ran our of drink about 11.30 and its illegal to sell drink in Rosario after 11 pm however the German guy wasn´¨t having any of it so we walked down various streets to see if any of the corner ...

"Ugghh.... Oh my god"

A travel blog entry by seanrobfred

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... ! (Men in Black 3). Suffice to say we stepped off that bus refreshed and recharged, ready to explore the second largest city in Argentina after Buenos Aires. That energy lasted about as long as our 30 block walk from the bus station to the hostel, fully ...

Tenemos PASAJES!!, Rosario, Argentina travel blog

Tenemos PASAJES!!

A travel blog entry by estamosdeviaje

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Ya tenemos pasaje!!! Partimos para NZ el día 19 de abril a la noche!!!! Sólo es cuestión de días!!!.. muy muy feliz!! ...

SANTE FE TO BUENOS AIRES, SANTE FE, Argentina travel blog

SANTE FE TO BUENOS AIRES

A travel blog entry by nealandjune

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... down with a hot coffee while we deliberated whether to stay in Sante Fe for a couple of days or to catch a bus to Rosario a further 2 hours away. The bus terminal had about 20 different bus company offices set up in the middle but no-one opened until ...

Rosario, Rosario, Argentina travel blog

Rosario

A travel blog entry by kc2009

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... than most Aussies or Saffer's (big call but we're putting it out there). The occasion marked Augusto's final days in Argentina as he prepares for a year downunder. His friends kindly stripped him down and tossed him into the dirty pool before taking a ...

Finally saying goodbye to Argentina!, Rosario, Cordoba and Mendoza, Argentina travel blog

Finally saying goodbye to Argentina!

A travel blog entry by jamesmc

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... with a massive monument. 2: Being the birthplace of Ernesto "Che" Guevara in 1928. 3: For having the best looking girls in Argentina...allegedly! I remembered the city pretty well from the last time I was there, all of 5 months ago, so it didn´t ...

Rosario Pictures, Rosario, Argentina travel blog

Rosario Pictures

A travel blog entry by drcajunstyle

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Birthplace of the flag, home of huge club, Rosario, Argentina travel blog

Birthplace of the flag, home of huge club

A travel blog entry by stevelegassick

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Second biggest city, very nice downtown, famous riverside beaches that stretch for miles, home of the guy who designed the flag....and location of Latin America's largest club that fills with thousands every ...

No Room At The Inn, Rosario, Argentina travel blog

No Room At The Inn

A travel blog entry by rush

... my bags I had to point out that although the offer was generous if I was sleeping on the street for a night I may never be back to collect them. Suffice to say I decided Rosario was obviously not for me and got on the next bus I could Heading for ...

on the bus, Rosario, Argentina travel blog

on the bus

A travel blog entry by sconedogger

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In the terminal in Buenos Aires I had told Mike that my friend Cechu and her husband do not speak any English. I had in mind to play a little joke on the lad. What he didn´t know was that they had lived recently in the states for a number of years. They ...

Rosario, Rosario, Argentina travel blog

Rosario

A travel blog entry by salkelely

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... dance with german, adrian (another cousin), toto and their crazy friend diago, touring the sights of Rosario... but most of all many many laughs... often at the expense of us and our bad-non existant spanish!!! what a fabulous introduction to ...

Down by the river, Rosario, Argentina travel blog

Down by the river

A travel blog entry by jon-daniella

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... Argentinian city, we are in the city of Rosario, which is only 4 hours away from Buenos Aires, our final destination after  this.  Rosario is  located  on a river, so there is a beach, it is not the sea, but it is something. The water ...

day 14 - tuesday 9th october, Rosario, Argentina travel blog

day 14 - tuesday 9th october

A travel blog entry by kirstyirsty

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... probably salta to see some canyons. should be in bolivia by the weekend id say. might pop back into brazil it was cooler than argentina. or paraguay we havent been there yet. if i had known what the clothes were like here i would have come with an ...

Rosario, Rosario, Argentina travel blog

Rosario

A travel blog entry by felicityb

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... in the parks.  Our main destination was the Monument dela Bandera, or the Flag Monument, for it was in Rosario that General Belgrano designed the Argentinian flag.  This was packed with kids watching samba drummers practice and ...

the pretty city..., Rosario, Argentina travel blog

the pretty city...

A travel blog entry by ilovemonkeys

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i have spent the last week in the city of rosario, which is the 3rd biggest in argentina (although i keep being told that it is in fact the 2nd most important :-) ). it is a very cool city filled with a lot of my favourite things - beautiful buildings, ...

Just so I have another town in my diary..., Rosario, Argentina travel blog

Just so I have another town in my diary...

A travel blog entry by little_lisa

... bathrooms and wandering around the city at 7.30 in the morning, but its all part of the fun of travelling I suppose!! Rosario is a much more industrial and less picturesque than Mendoza, but it has a monument to the Argentinian flag, which is pretty ...

Fiesta Despedida!!, Rosario, Argentina travel blog

Fiesta Despedida!!

A travel blog entry by estamosdeviaje

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Muchas gracias a todos por la buena onda y hacer una fiesta genial! Nos divertimos mucho y los vamos a extrañar una banda! Saludos! Magui y Roy ...

day 16 - thursday 11th october, Tucuman, Argentina travel blog

day 16 - thursday 11th october

A travel blog entry by kirstyirsty

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... lack of lads trying it on. and i certainly shouldnt have worried that i wasnt good looking enough for the beach. argentina is way more industrialised than brazil. everywhere here takes visa. except the hostels. everywhere in brazil claims to take visa ...

2nd largest city with a beach!, Rosario, Argentina travel blog

2nd largest city with a beach!

A travel blog entry by ezthalia

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The birth place of Che Guevara, though that´s not all the city (the 2nd largest in Argentina) has going for it. Beautiful colonial buildings, a beach (on which we witnessed some disturbing swim wear! although this was softened by the beauty of the ...

New Zealand Rugby World Cup, Rosario, Argentina travel blog

New Zealand Rugby World Cup

A travel blog entry by estamosdeviaje

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Hoy sacamos las entradas para el mundial!! Es la primer obligacion que nos une con nuestro destino. Por lo que pagamos, tenemos la "obligacion" de asistir el 10 de Septiembre del 2011 al Stadium of Christchurch para ver el primer partido de los Pumas en ...

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