Hotel Rosario

Address: Ricardone 1365, Rosario, Province of Santa Fe, Litoral, Argentina | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Rosario

Think I still need stabilisers!

A travel blog entry by kayclark123 on Sep 06, 2014

... he settled for adding me on facebook bless him. He has since invited us to stay with him whenever we like :)
● Sea food lunch-We tried thelocal river fish, Boga, which was delicious. Rosario has plenty of sea food places to choose from.

●Rob made a good point...there is no flag on top of the tower of the flag monument, someone must have forgotten about that!

Sticky and Messi

A travel blog entry by lyndsey-martin on Apr 04, 2014

44 photos

... 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. ...

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

A travel blog entry by kodatravels on Jan 12, 2013

35 photos

... before you even said Muchu Gusto.

Keeping Kosher on my trip has been difficult there for I have decided I can eat everything but pig. Now in Argentina, except matte and Asado the people crave ham. Everywhere there is ham, and in the sandwiches Maria prepared you couldn't find one without. How do you solve a problem like Maria? She put on my plate a loaf of bread, lettuce, sliced tomato, cheese and mayonnaise and sent me to make myself something to eat. So there I ...

The Newells Old Boys match

A travel blog entry by stevemayszak on May 12, 2012

16 comments, 17 photos

... west side and part of the north end zone is general seating. The seats are a little more expensive. I believe you are assigned a row number, but everyone sits where ever they want (well, you stand). And even dogs are invited to the game! The east side is for club members. And then a tiny little section in the north end zone is reserved for the other teams fans. There are large empty sections that separate that area from the ...

Rosario, Cordoba & Santa Fe

A travel blog entry by bdsearle on Mar 16, 2012

10 photos

... from what I am used to, all the way to sounding like Arabic or something similarly foreign. It's sad to say for a beautiful place, the first impression I had of Argentina was….dog ****. Dog **** everywhere. There are lots of street dogs here, which is a little shameful considering it is such a developed country. Fortunately, the street dogs all seem to be relatively clean, well fed and healthy plus the majority are just as friendly and playful as pet ...