Hotel Solans Libertador
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- Continental Breakfast
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... really really love ice cream in Argentina! There are at least 3 different chains of huge icecream restruants plus all the smaller independant places. Don't blame them though, their ice cream is amazing!
●In public toilets, you are normally expected to tip someone at the door before entering. I often wonder what I have paid for since toilet rolls, locks on cubicle doors, toilet seats and working flushes are not ...
... had started again. This meant another night indoors, back at our new accommodation.
Tuesday was travel day, so after checking-out, we went to the post office and for a walk around the town. Rosario is known as a "super-stylish" alternative to Buenos Aires, but we haven't found much stylish here, although the price tags certainly are at the stylish end. What you get in return has not been quite up to scratch. Still, ...
... anything. I pick up some words but it's just Gibberish. Anyway back to documenting important things.
Things commence late here in Argentina. Dinner at 22:30, clubs at 01:00, bed at 06:00 minimum. We were having a ball outside and I was about to introduce Cheers Governor but when I saw my watch shoeing 03:00 I held back and got the people to start moving towards the club. Being with 10 girls is the best way to get into anywhere. I waiting in the girls line outside ...
... and were walking back to the car when Sebastian noticed people running and he said, we should wait, running is not good. I ignorantly kept going and tried to get him to help me buy a team jersey and flag from the outside vendors but could tell Sebastian was uneasy, he was clearly baby sitting and I was the baby. I was grabbing what photos I could as fans ran by and fireworks went off. Things got a bit crazy and some fans pulled ...
... one of the most significant rivers in South America and the size of the container ships that ply the river seem absurdly big considering the shallow appearance. Strangely enough we had a tough time finding a place to buy a bottle of wine and then later in the night we struggled to find a decent bar scene. Some locals pointed us in the right direction and we found a nice strip where you can eat and drink all night long. Speaking of which, the Argentinians ...