Merit Majestic Hotel Rosario
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
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... paint job. The cheese attempted to rival the base in thickness but don't expect fluffy mozzarella, this was harsh Argentine cheese with a sharp metallic tang. The poultry, masquerading as a chicken topping, matched an arid landscape as impoverished fibres stuck to the roof of our mouths. Whatever it was, it was demolished within 10 minutes of it arriving. Brimming with dough and cheese we took to venturing around the city, God forbid we talk about more food! The sun poked a ...
... So packed it takes thirty minutes to even get into a place and finding a seat was near on impossible. But soon enough we were seated in an awkward place, with a TV behind us and another to the side. It's not like they were absent of TVs, but the place so so overwhelmed that there were none in direct view. It was only when we were adopted by some locals who made room for us that we had a great view of the match. The ...
... hoisted. From there you can reach in a half-hour walk the statue of Che Guevara, which is located in a small park next to the old trainstation of the city. Che was born in Rosario and is the most famous son of the city. Since we had a small furnished kitchen in the apartment, we were not eating out one time, but have cooked at home every day :-) After the big amounts of meat of the previous weeks, there was served only vegetarian dishes by Thomas :-)
... after Buenos Aires.
That energy lasted about as long as our 30 block walk from the bus station to the hostel, fully laden with our backpacks. Sure, we could have taken the 3.75 peso bus (about 50p) but it was only 35°C and after 6 days of wear I decided my boxers had a little bit of life left in them for the deluge of sweat that was about to come.
Thirty to forty mins later we arrived at our hostel literally ...
... Rosario Lofts and Suites (lsrosario.com, owned by Howard Johnsons) and last the Urquiza apart hotels (www.apart-urquiza.com.ar/ ).
I was able to make appointments for later that day at Cetro Real and for Lofts and Suites.
I continued my jog and found myself in front of Starbucks. ...