Holiday Inn Rosario
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... which was annoying and smelt very weird.
We ended up at Che pampas hostel.Because of the previous nights trauma, we treated ourselves to their double suite. Very expensive at 400AR pesos a night but totally worth it. Beautiful room with private shower room and an additional bathroom, desk, tv, towels and far from the noisy dorms.The hostel was decorated with quirky art and there was a huge rooftop terrace complete with ...
... by late afternoon, so we hurried back towards the hotel. On the way, we paused by the National Flag Monument (Monumento nacional a la bandera), which is home to a large number of Argentinian flags, Greek statues and the resting place of General Belgrano, founder of Argentine Independence. The Monument is slightly odd, with something rather uninspiring and cold about the modernist straight lines, perfect symmetry and large, ...
... in sight. A ham less pizza or Pixta as they say was ordered for me so I wouldn't starve, and after singing happy birthday in Hebrew it was time for Maria's famous cakes. Such deliciousness, no cherries but I will give it a 10/10. We all moved outside and the conversations became funnier and funnier. Something I realized was that when I am part of a conversation, which basically means when I am asked questions, I am totally focused, but when I am not the center of attention I just ...
... game and at times I got a little teary because of how incredible it was to see this many people participating in something so intensely and so lovingly. I finally understood why the rest of the world loves this game.
The game ended and Newells won 3-1 and kept their position in first place. An announcer states when you can exit the stadium; a period of time is reserved for the other teams fans to exit.
... historic sites like the Monument to the Flag, which was surprisingly large and grand for a relatively small city (and strangely had an irish flag amongst the multitude of Argentinian flags). We also walked past the first apartment of Che Guevara which sounds far more interesting than it actually is. We were quick to discover that the nicest part of the city is down on the river Parana with it’s huge parkland and modern apartments. I’m told the ...