Hotel Solans Presidente
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... the advancement in civilisation. During my trip I have walked down the street in clothes I have found comfortable over fashionable, sang aloud in the streets and generally just been myself. However in Argentina, due to the similarities shared with Europe I found myself looking in the mirror more and being conscious of how I look in public. I found a word in Spanish that I don't like...Solo...it means alone and lonely...in my opinion those are two very different ...
... at a local swimming pool, they check us for lice & foot infections before we're allowed in. Weird but we pass the test!
after 6 hours we arrive at Rosario. A cultural town along the river. Is really pretty and has lots of monuments.
The next day we take the bike to explore the park and beaches. A short ferry takes us to the unspoilt beaches along the murky river waters. There's not a lot to do here apart from chill & drink. So that's what we do :)
... 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 ...
... not build up.
You heat the charcoal briquets off to the side and then when you need more heat you move one at a time into the grilling area. The meat is cooked slowly and comes out tasting wonderful.
Everything was delicious, especially the salty pork (I need to ge the exact names of the cuts we had). So incredibly tender. It tasted like a combination of the most tender cow fat mixed with a bacon flavor. So good. I also had ...
... sights...a flag monument, Che Guevara monument and house (underwhelming), Macro - contemporary art gallery. We decided to be cultural so went into the gallery, and lets just say it was the biggest waste of AR$8 (pesos) - a weird video showing a man eating someone and too many photos of transgender guys looking less like any woman I've ever seen!!! We did however make up for this in the evening where we went to an all you can ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool