Hotel Zurich

Mendoza 2355, Rosario, Province of Santa Fe, Litoral, Argentina | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Rosario

Rosario

A travel blog entry by alanchapman

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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 ...

If you have read the rest - why not one more?

A travel blog entry by rowannewman

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... blue print for future development in Latin American countries, possibly and they certainly see themselves as an example. Peruanos - a country which has everything means the people are pretty happy and relaxed. My fondest thing there is the way they drink and share there beer! Everyone gets as ****** as the others, no place to hide - grow a pair and drink! Bolivianos - absolutely brilliant, people who can cope with those altitudes, carry that amount of stuff and are ...

Steppenwolfs, Born to be Wild and Che Guevara

A travel blog entry by arango

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... which eventually led to his motorcycle diaries and life changing trip here in South America.

From here we traveled about 20 miles west of town where we found camping. A random dog decided to be our protector for the night, and sat right next to the tent. Unfortunately, he took his volunteer work too seriously, and ran after every single bird and moving object….barking abruptly through the night. ...

Rosario, the right time to be here

A travel blog entry by stevemayszak

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... the path. The parks along the path are filled with soccer games, asados, group events, sun bathers, fisherman and other hobbyists.

Walking around is a lot of fun. There is a rhythm to it and once you get it down it is enjoyable. Motorcycles seem to be able to run red lights, legally? Not sure, but they all do it. Cars yield to the right, to cars on the right, not to people. People yield to ...

Cuatro, cinco, seis

A travel blog entry by sophieandhannah

The amazing thing about Fernete is that you don’t get a hangover so class went surprisingly well and we went for a coffee with our tutor. However, we were absolutely knackered after going to bed at 5am, so our tutor did ask us why we looked so tired! After a sad goodbye and ...

   

TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Zurich Rosario

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