Hostel Rosarinos 938

Address: Corrientes 938, Rosario, Province of Santa Fe, Litoral, 2000, Argentina | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Rosario

If you have read the rest - why not one more?

A travel blog entry by rowannewman on Jun 26, 2013

4 comments, 3 photos

... back that when bus drivers are dozing at the wheel no one says anything! I think they could probably teach the world a few things on getting on with what you have. Argentianos - can't generalise, those from BsAs think the the city is all Argentina has, but venture out to the other parts of the country and prepare to be amazed. Every environment, every stage of development, every type of person. All under one roof. two and half months there and only half the country ...

A town with 2 Famous Sons

A travel blog entry by ryanod1985 on Apr 01, 2013

... br> On our last day we went to the modern art museum, which inside is fairly *****, but looks cool on the outside as it is a converted grain depository and the stacks are painted in pastels so it looks like a line of wax crayons.
All in all rosario was nice for a chill out after Buenos Aires, but not much to write home about (so to speak).
Onwards to Mendoza, land of Vino!


A travel blog entry by tawnyhenderson on Nov 16, 2012

2 comments, 7 photos

... story. The streets are bare, and most of the shops are closed. Religious reasons? No. Restaurants in Rosario (and most of Argentina, I'm told) turn into night clubs starting around 2am! It is not uncommon on a Friday or Saturday night to be out at the club
until 7, and as such, the entire city is DEAD on Sundays.

We took a big walk with our new Swedish friend, Maja (pronounced my-uh), and checked out a bunch of ...

Mixer party

A travel blog entry by stevemayszak on May 03, 2012

8 photos

... really, really, really fun people. The foosball table had back to back matches filled with the most skilled foosball players I have ever seen and laughter. A few guys brought their guitars and a small group gathered around while they played, sang and passed the guitars around. Then the karaoke started. There was no pushing anyone to get up on stage. There ...

Football in Argentina = riot.

A travel blog entry by sophieandhannah on Sep 18, 2011

After another late start (12pm), we just had enough time to get ready and go to the football stadium to see Newell Old Boys vs. Villa ….. (a team from Buenos Aires). We went with Kyle and Alesha, 2 Canadian’s we met in the hostel and walked to the stadium. After marvelling at the amount of riot police, mounted police and police dogs there were outside the stadium, we queued up for half an hour where we thought you could buy tickets. However, this ...