Hotel Solans Presidente
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... 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 ...
... headed out later, down to the riverside, and were warned by the tourist information office that the Rosario derby match (Newell's Old Boys vs. Rosario Central) made parts of the town somewhat "not safe" for tourists. As it is, we had dinner at a café in the city centre; one of the few that had not barricaded itself shut, and watched some of the celebrating Rosario Central fans march through the city, banging drums and singing. ...
... and check out the largest monumental in Argentina. An hour in the shade checking out the big monument with the impressive large Argentinean flag מתנופ 07; way above our heads. We headed back and found the line gone. Only 20 minutes in the shade and we were on the boat. In my left hand a cold bottle of lemonade we got for free, the right hand was holding a footy. Realizing we were heading fir the beach I had to pump it up and "pass it forward". ...
... night this week but now I sort of feel obligated!
In addition to the participating restaurants a variety of classes and seminars are being offered. For a full list of the events, see here: http://www.rosariogastronomica.com/
... we managed to find our way into the park without issue and spent about five hours all up wandering through the grasslands and rocky hills to the Quebrada (basically a canyon) and then back to the highway. The landscape was really quite beautiful but after five hours of sun and hiking we were happy to get to the end. We were told it would be easy to catch a bus back to Cordoba, but that turned out to be ****** advice. After waiting for a bit over an hour ...