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It was a great time the quality was great to and loved the food.
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The hotel had great food and they were really nice to me. I had a great the best part was going to Florida street. I got really tied because I did a lot of walking. It was fantastic time.
... if you havenīt seen it, itīs based on the diary that Ché wrote during the trip) Albertoīs ashes are also there as he had requested they be kept in the museum when he died.
Moving on to Rosario next.
Rosario, sitting on the West bank of the Parana River, is Argentina`s 3rd largest city and it is also the birth place of Che Guevara (although you wouldn`t know it). We visited the building where he ...
... of the 18th century. Anyway I was off to visit one of the best preserved ruins in Argentina, set in beautiful countryside with no-one else around on a beautiful day. It was incredibly relaxing and peaceful. The mission itself was well restored with different rooms dedicated to explaining differest aspects of Jesuit life. Then it was back on the bus back to ...
... Argentina on his bicycle and came into close contact with the blatant social inequality then prevailing in the country. He then travelled with a friend across South America and into Central America on a motorcycle. During this trip he was quoted as saying - " This aimless wandering through our 'capitalized America' has triggered major unexpected changes in me..." And so he began his antics. He met Fidel Castro in Mexico in 1955 and enlisted as a ...
... it. Now that must tell you something that my highlight was to walk around the shopping centre and have lunch in the food court – just like I was back in Std 7 (or Grade 9 I guess) :)
Anyways, we made the best of our time there and as we knew before arriving we would only be able to see the Jesuit block on day 3 (which is why there was a day 3 – just how our timings worked unfortunately) we filled our 1st two days seeing other parts of the town. ...
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