Pringles Apart Hotel

Address: Santa Fe 1470, Rosario, Province of Santa Fe, Litoral, 2000, Argentina | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Rosario

Depart for Argentina

A travel blog entry by gncook on Oct 04, 2013

A three o'clock start had us at the airport before four am. When the staff arrived we joined the line and were seen shortly after. We got bad news - we didn't have a ticket. We were sent to another area and the girl told us our ticket had been exchanged. Unfortunately, when we had to get a new ticket to go to Cape Town, the guy cancelled the Cape Town to JoBurg flight. ...

My knee!!!

A travel blog entry by adandgen on Sep 13, 2013

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... discovered that we couldn´t pick up the tickets anywhere in Rosario. Following a brief stop at the hostel to drop our bags off (and let Gen nap), and a frantic phonecall to the bus company (made more frantic by the fact we couldn´t understand each other), we returned to the bus station and finally found a nice man who rang our bus company to get them to email him the tickets. Sadly, this ruined his day, as he had ...

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

A travel blog entry by kodatravels on Jan 12, 2013

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... fighting of my stomach ache which was making a comeback. after half an hour I had to stop, sit down and recuperate. We got back in the car, and after dropping off Julietta and Maria, Julia and I headed to Her house to have a shower, drop off my stuff and get ready for Maria's 26Th birthday party. Ohh yeah!

Feliz complianios I wished Maria as I entered her parents house. two tables were prepared with around 20 chairs surrounding them. Nuts, chips drinks and girls were ...

The Newells Old Boys match

A travel blog entry by stevemayszak on May 12, 2012

16 comments, 17 photos

... gear on foot and horseback held back fans until it was the proper time to enter. Long before the game started I heard the team songs being chanted and the drums, which would not stop for hours, beating.

There are 4 main areas in the stadium. The south end zone is where the energy is insanely high. I think if you choose this section you are signing up for a day of chanting, screaming, waving and having flags tossed over ...

Rosario, Cordoba & Santa Fe

A travel blog entry by bdsearle on Mar 16, 2012

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It was first class all the way to Argentina, thanks to two first class upgrades in a row, so descending into Argentina after seven hours of good food, red wine and liqueurs was a great way to start the trip. Flying in over Argentina, the endlessly flat landscape was a bit of a change after repeatedly flying in and out of the Colombian Andes. The grasslands and farmland seem to go for ever down here. The Argentinian accent for me varies from being a ...