Holiday Inn Rosario
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Holiday Inn Rosario
Travel Blogs from Rosario
... mutual appreciation of the guidelines exists between strangers. These include no snoring, no heavy petting and never turning the light on if someone is sleeping. This last point is all good and well during the night, but with Argentinians festering in bed throughout most hours of the day, it can be extremely impractical. I was looking forward to a good nights sleep in my bottom bunk, but I was unaware I had purchased tickets to the front row viewing of Cirque Du Soleil. ...
... 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 ...
... and we got a private tour as we were the only two people in the group that needed an English tour guide. We tasted a couple of wines (one white, one red) and the white wine in particular was delicious. The second winery was not so good. It was smaller, family run business and although it was interesting, the whole tour was just a sales pitch designed to get us to buy some of their wine. We didn't. The olive oil factory was great. We got to sample various varieties ...
... is able to slide through the narrow slit and we are able to open the window a bit more to get me through. The man in the room rolls over in bed, not concerned with the two people who just came into his room through the window.
We walk out of that room and settle down in the one across the hall for a couple hours of sleep. We are catching an early bus to Cordoba, Argentina's 2nd largest city, but still one-fifth the size of ...
... shopping areas are absolutely flooded with people. The cafes and bars have lines to get in and the outdoor areas are completely full. On other nights it is true what they say, if you go out for dinner at 7, you have the place to yourself, if you go out at 11 or 12 you will have to wait for a table.
I am very excited to return to my wife but I know already I am really going to miss this place.