Hotel Solans Libertador
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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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, ...
... Some great discussions we had around the table, and I felt like my Spanish was is getting closer to the next level. At 15:30 hardly able to get up we made our way to the car in order to get to Isla Victoria for a day of sun baking and sleeping on the sand.
A line of 150 people were awaiting us at the dock. The sun was unstoppable and I really didn't want to wait in such a line and in the sun. So being Israeli I asked if the people in front of us could save our spot whilst ...
I was pleased to learn that this week is the 2nd annual Rosario Gastronomica festival. From 5/14 - 5/19 a variety of restaurants in the city will have a 3 course menu for a fixed price of $65 ($15 USD). I was not planning on eating ...
... because the person wasn’t carrying an empty bottle around.
After Rosario we took a bus to Cordoba and again spent our first afternoon and evening wandering around the city. We stumbled on a free Argentinian folk music concert which was a nice distraction. Our first full day in Cordoba we took a bus out to Parque Nacional Quebrada del Condorito. Getting dropped off beside the highway in what seemed to be the middle of nowhere was ...