Holiday Inn Rosario
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Travel Blogs from Rosario
... 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, ...
... 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 ...
... no matter where. At 08:00 we were on our way back to Julia's house. The sun was already pounding on us. Air condition was turned on, good night to her 3 dogs and we were off to bed. We had to sleep because at 12:30 the traditional Sunday Asado was going to be served.
Barely awake we made our way to Maria's house. The family was awaiting seeing we were the only guests. Maria's father took me straight away to the asador to shower me how it's done. It was beautiful, the ...
... fireworks” were gun shots. Now fully alert and happy that I wore a completely neutral color I stood by the car trying to look confident and unassociated. Finally our friends showed up, we got in the car and drove off.
I later learned that one of our fans was shot by a fan of the opposing team. I send my deepest condolences to the family of the victim. Energy is an amazing thing but unfortunately some people can ...
... but it does a good job embodying an actual beach except for the still and murky water. That night we hit up a Parilla (barbeque restaurant) for some world famous Argentinian protein. The meat didn’t disappoint but I didn’t exactly rush to order seconds of the blood sausage and fried intestines.A nice bottle of red wine costs about $5 and a really nice bottle costs between $10 and $15. A note on Argentinian beer: the beer is quite good although ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet