Hotel Zurich

Mendoza 2355, 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


... of what delta-side cities in this part of South America has been interesting, and since we are not venturing into the Amazon Delta, this has given us a glimpse of what we will miss. In truth, the overbearing humidity is enough for both of us. We'll be quite glad, I think, to swap the low-altitude humidity for the cooler and crisper air in northern Argentina and Bolivia.

Love from us both,

Martin & Lyndsey


A travel blog entry by alanchapman


Sunny, dry and cool on the road but the warmest evening since leaving home.
Having left Rio Ceballos, which seemed to be a resort town in the hills with some nice houses, we travelled on the motorway, bypassing Cordoba.
The landscape was very flat. Little traffic and few service stations; I think this was the ride when we drove over 100 kms without seeing a service station.
Mixture of ...

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

A travel blog entry by kodatravels


... The girls sat in the line for around 3 hours. I joined them after an hour and a half of exercising that just had to be done seeing I had time and sand in my hands. No it wasn't a sand timer.

"A day in the life of Tom Salman" was about to take place as I got the necessary information from Tom my friend who's family is from Rosario as Julia and I left the house. Now seeing Julia is a Christian she has never gone to a synagogue or anything Jewish. She was about to ...

Rosario - Argentina's 3rd city

A travel blog entry by ullaventham


We are now spending a couple of days in Rosario which is Argentina's 3rd city. We also like this place which has got a lot of style and there is a lot going on here. Lots of great shops, bars and restaurants in the city centre with a lot of pleasant pedestrianised areas.

Went to see yet another "Che house". This is the apartment block where he was born before the family moved out of the city to Alta Gracia because the air was better there. (He was suffering from ...

Our friend Pedro

A travel blog entry by jamesandtory

... was sitting patiently outside to escort us home. As Pedro was doing such a great job of walking us home, I gave him the last bite of my empanada for his troubles. Although then we had to make a quick break for the hostel door as we were worried he would want to come inside. It’s not uncommon for hostels to end up with strays as pets thanks to the tourists feeding them and bringing them home! – You got to feel sorry for the poor ...

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