Hotel Solans Presidente
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... hostel would be able to facilitate our request with little to no difficulty. Little did we know, we would soon be getting a glimpse of Rosario's elite crooks. The process began with our hostel owner, Juan, sending a cryptic text to a memorised number. Our names were provided and the exchange rate was given in return - $15.60 pesos to the USD, an astronomical rate compared to the banks $9.30 pesos. Juan gave us the all clear and issued us with strict verbal instructions, ...
... hired bikes for 100pesos each and cycled the whole 20km too. We made it right to the victoria bridge at the far end before I fell off and hurt myself pretty badly :(
●Ice cream downtown-This is where we met Maxi a very sweet waiter who was very excited to practice his english with us. In fact he did so for a little too long, ignoring the other tables too. He wanted to grab a drink after but his shift ended very ...
... cue a continuous honking of horns) and then the city was the centre of the celebrations for flag day, their day of patriotism. The Argentine president visited the city to speak on Flag day. We visited the monument where the celebrations were centred. There was a oversized, deluded sign nearby which stated (translated) "The Falklands, forever Argentina's". We stayed in a really good hostel and on the day we left, it got so busy - everywhere was sold out for the long ...
... from BA, but came back to the problem of Val. Unwilling to make the burden of watching her someone else’s for an entire week. Yet surprisingly, I had multiple volunteers, who thought it more important that I travel their country then worry about bothering people. So with Val safe, I began to plan out our trip to three different cities: Rosario, Cordoba, and Mendoza.
Early Sunday morning we boarded a bus for Rosario in the Buenos ...
Today I checked my US Bank statement to see how my withdrawal from HSBC bank turned out. As I had mentioned in the past I heard Global Exchange will charge you almost 10% for currency exchanged (this is unconfirmed).
To use the ATM machine I was charged 17.68 ARS ($4.01 USD).
The rate that US Bank issued my ARS currency was at the rate of $.23387 USD = $1.0 ARS. The current rate is .227, so US Bank charged me about .007 %.