Hotel Normandie

Mitre 1030, Rosario, Province of Santa Fe, Litoral, 2000, Argentina | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Rosario

Making 50 cent look bad. MF P.I.M.P.

A travel blog entry by kodatravels


... in sight. A ham less pizza or Pixta as they say was ordered for me so I wouldn't starve, and after singing happy birthday in Hebrew it was time for Maria's famous cakes. Such deliciousness, no cherries but I will give it a 10/10. We all moved outside and the conversations became funnier and funnier. Something I realized was that when I am part of a conversation, which basically means when I am asked questions, I am totally focused, but when I am not the center of attention I just ...

Rosario - Argentina's 3rd city

A travel blog entry by ullaventham


... and was a very sickly child). Now this apartment block where the family used to live contains various offices, insurance companies I think.

We then went for a walk along the river called Rio Parana. They made it very nice by the river with lots of cafes and bars + green areas where people can play games and go for picnics. there are even beaches on the river but I did not fancy these because the water is all brown. Have been told it`s very clean the brown colour is ...

Back to School

A travel blog entry by jamesandtory


... is in a class of his own as there are no other students at his level (ie. No Spanish!) and I am in a class with a French woman and an Australian about my age. This is the fourth week of classes for the two women in my class so they have been practising a lot of grammar but as yet have trouble conversing, where as I have trouble with the grammar and half the time have no ...

A day at the playa, sort of

A travel blog entry by winegalcj


... rain then to downpour. Rosario-ians were scrambling to find shelter while the water was starting to back up and approach doorways. After nearly an hour it was only getting worse and I was hungry. We donned our rain gear and headed out anyway. After a few splashes and ankle deep street crossings we found a comfy, dry café. Alan ordered chicken and I had a very reasonable pasta with walnuts and pesto. Bottle of Vino Tinto for $3 US ...

The Mighty Wallet

A travel blog entry by jiji.guillaume

Day 18
Today was a bus day: from Córdoba to Rosario, a bit more than 6 hours, so we didn’t visit much… we did manage to watch a film on the bus ‘The King’s Speech’ which is an Oscar nominated film, and it is widely recommended. ...


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