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

... trying to find some luggage. We got into Buenos Aires late but our pick up still couldn't make it on time. We left the airport in a hire car with a local guiding the way, we went the wrong way. We ended up in BA city centre and then took an hour to get out. We made Rosario after midnight. We waited for the owner to open up, had a quick beer downstairs and then went up to ...

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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... around us were asking the same question. "What the he'll is this odd looking ball doing in my country?!" but the looks didn't stop Maria and I. I sent her packing with kicks that have been charging for months in my body. It felt wonderful, and the sunset behind us made it that much better. Our planned 3 hours at the beach turned out to be almost 7, the reason for this was that there were only two ferries every half an hour, and around 500 people waiting to get back to ...

Rosario, Cordoba & Santa Fe

A travel blog entry by bdsearle on Mar 16, 2012

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... only hostel in town and then spent the remaining daylight hours wandering aimlessly around. Santa Fe has the nicest plaza I have seen in Argentina and possibly for quite a while in Latin America and the city has plenty of greenery to enjoy. I went out with a very crazy Spanish girl from the hostel for a beer and we ended up at the house of a friend of hers who was still up working from home at 2am. The next day it was back on the bus to head back to Buenos ...

Our friend Pedro

A travel blog entry by jamesandtory on Mar 15, 2012

... during the evening.

We walked (stumbled) back to the hostel reasonably late given we have to get up in the morning for classes. On our walk home a stray dog decided to accompany us, we named him Pedro. Given the amount of beer we had consumed we decided to stop a buy a couple of empanadas from a takeaway we found open, and they were some of the best we have ever had! So we bought a few more for the walk home and surprise, ...