Ariston Hotel

Address: Cordoba 2554, Rosario, Province of Santa Fe, Litoral, S2002KZH, Argentina | Hotel
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TripAdvisor Reviews Ariston Hotel Rosario

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Rosario

Think I still need stabilisers!

A travel blog entry by kayclark123 on Sep 06, 2014

... an area of about 30 bbq's for public use, each with its own picnic bench. All this makes Rosario a very lively and sociable place.

4 hour bus from Beunos Aires

Our first night was spent at Rosario inn. We left asap the next morning as the bedroom was filthy and I hadnt slept from itching so much from the bed sheets. The bathroom was ...

Rosario: biking, river and monuments

A travel blog entry by cracka on Jun 07, 2014

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... of me on the Che statue. Fascinating! P.S. Maradona also played for Rosario! Source Wikipedia: Club: Atlético Newell's Old Boys Nickname(s): La Lepra ("The Leprosy") Founded: 3 November 1903; 110 years ago Ground: Estadio Marcelo Bielsa, Rosario, Argentina Newell's is also notable for its youth divisions, being the club with most national titles in AFA's youth tournaments.[2] Players from the club's youths who ...


A travel blog entry by aly5ia on Feb 16, 2013

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I woke up today fully rested and had a marvellous HOT shower. I had some time to read my book while Roberto did some business and then we went downstairs for breakfast. I had fresh orange juice, scrambled eggs, pastries, croissants, and oh yes yogurt with bran. It was lovely. Afterwards we headed to the radio station which happens to be on Cordoba - the pedestrian street in Rosario. I left Roberto and walked around. I went to see the ...

Che, Pesos and dog sweaters..

A travel blog entry by muzbec on Jun 19, 2012

5 comments, 4 photos

... We smash down breakfast at McDonalds. Sure, there were more authentic options but it’s not always about that.. is it? And we head down Av. Pelligrini toward the park. Av Pelligrini has that American, broad boulevard, with wide pavement style thing going, with a huge smattering of grill restaurants and bars and luncheon joints along the way. The main drags have their fair share of ratty kids and you’re always a little on guard, hands in pockets as you pass. ...

BA Day 2

A travel blog entry by bjgurton on Jun 04, 2012

... antiques, food, pictures, everything. I bumped into the girl from holland, from Mendoza had a chat with her and and carried on. I came back to the hostel and had a chat with 2 girls from Belgium, who had travelled boliva and ecquador, and one of their boyfriends had just joined them for 2 weeks. We had some Malbec wine and then were joined by James, a guy from Dundee who worked in canary wharf in mergers ...