Holiday Inn Rosario
Travel Blogs from Rosario
... discovered that we couldn´t pick up the tickets anywhere in Rosario. Following a brief stop at the hostel to drop our bags off (and let Gen nap), and a frantic phonecall to the bus company (made more frantic by the fact we couldn´t understand each other), we returned to the bus station and finally found a nice man who rang our bus company to get them to email him the tickets. Sadly, this ruined his day, as he had ...
... metres before finding thirty people performing some great Salsa. A little further along the promenade were the same amount practising Tango and musicians and comedy acts littered the river front. One huge observation from the day was everybody and I mean no exceptions were drinking Maté, it's a herb in a pot that you add hot water to and pass around your group of friends. On first taste it's very bitter but it grows on you, a lot like Fernet. At the house ...
... prices in Rosario, and most of Argentina, are MUCH more expensive than we thought. Over lunch, Juani told us that prices have inflated about 20% each year since Cameron left... And the US dollar hasn't gotten any stronger. This put Cameron and I in a bit of a predicament. While we've got quite a bit of money saved up, we didn't necessarily plan for things to be double or, in some cases, triple the price. We had to rethink our ...
... made our way over to his place around 8:30.
I asked Sebastian about his grill and asked if he had built it (I was eager to learn how because if I can talk my wife into it we will have one by the end of summer!). He said he did not and that it was pretty standard for every house, and even apartments, to come with one. He did tell me that the most important part was the positioning (to keep the wind down) and to have a good chimney so that ...
... stadium, we had to wait behind barriers, guarded by riot police, until all the away fans were safely on coaches and far out of Rosario!! Hannah was particularly amazed by her first football match experience. After the football match, it was time for a quick McDonalds (Kyle and Alesha are bad influences!!) and back to the hostel. In the evening, we had an assiendo (a big BBQ), with people from the hostel, where we tried Juan’s amazing Argentinean steak.
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool