Hotel Rosario

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

Sticky and Messi

A travel blog entry by lyndsey-martin

44

... Monday was another day for chores, as we spent the first few hours at the Sanitorio having my blood test, after some almost interminable waiting. After that, we switched hostels, to the Rosario Inn - the Altea was a bit pricey, but a nice treat - and then to the bus station to buy onward tickets to Salta. After some more money changing, we had lunch in Pico Fino café, to avoid the torrential downpour, as the regular ...

My knee!!!

A travel blog entry by adandgen

8

... area a bit by bike and kayak, but its not very high on the list. Some interesting things about Argentina: - Buses in Argentina are awesome (the best I have seen anywhere). In first class you get a fully reclining seat/bed, but even in the two classes below the seats are comfortable, and recline about 60 degrees. You get full meals, free alcohol, and sometimes you even get to play bingo for a bottle of wine. Our spanish ...

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

A travel blog entry by kodatravels

35

... arrived my jaw was very close to collect some dirty river water due to the amount of females with G-strings. It was shocking, and when asked "where do you want to sit" I answered "It doesn't matter". We found a shady place under some trees and surrounded by Mate drinkers all round. Pulled out my hammock and fell asleep trying to pick up the words from those famous songs I knew of Santana.

Aussie Aussie Aussie, out came my Australian roots as I passed the footy to the ...

Rosario, Cordoba & Santa Fe

A travel blog entry by bdsearle

10

... rejected by four passing buses and a lot of cars, we managed to hitch a ride with a local Argentinian who took us to Carlos Paz where we caught a bus back to Cordoba.

Jorge and I split up in Cordoba as I wanted to avoid an overnight bus directly back to Buenos Aires. Instead I spent an extra night in Cordoba then took a bus to Santa Fe, which turned out to be a very nice little city on a nice river and lake. After my bus got in I navigated my way ...

Our friend Pedro

A travel blog entry by jamesandtory

... and teachers to practise speaking with each other in Spanish in a social situation – a great idea for me… but impossible for James as yet. We arrived at what we considered to be late (15 minutes after the stated time) however it took quite some time after that for everyone else to arrive. It was nice to be able to sit and chat with others who a living and studying in Rosario though and we managed to sample most of the ...

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