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

... is so much out there to see my curiosity can never be satisfied. I will also add, no matter how many pictures you see of a place, the reality of being there provides another dimension to the observation. It could be a sense of awe, incredibility, sadness, anger or pure joy! And it is that tangible emotion that will remain with me more than a visual recollection. We all have neighbours from every corner of the globe, I want to understand that my instilled ...

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

... all hostels do, the house keeps rotating with travelers. Some stay longer than others but most for 1-3 days. In our 11 day stay so far, we've met people from all over the world. Laura is a 19 year old girl from France who is staying on a study abroad program and will be here for roughly 2 months. Maja stayed for quite a while, and the four of us became quite the group. We held theme nights for dinner starting with Swedish ...


A travel blog entry by stevemayszak on May 02, 2012

6 photos

... 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 ...

Football in Argentina = riot.

A travel blog entry by sophieandhannah on Sep 18, 2011

... 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.