Rio Grande Apart Hotel

Dorrego 1261, Rosario, Province of Santa Fe, Litoral, 2000, Argentina | Hotel
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    A travel blog entry by dan51284 on Aug 16, 2013

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    ... play for the club. I spent an afternoon walking around the city, including the stadium and an explosion site. Two week prior to my visit, work was being carried out on an underground gas pipeline, something went wrong and a huge explosion caused a block of flats to collapse killing twenty one people. Whilst walking I began to realise an unexpected change that had happened at some point over the last week. I was more aware of what people thought of me, I put this ...

    The motorcycle diaries, part 1

    A travel blog entry by jenny.smale on Feb 08, 2013

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    So today is the day...I'm riding on a motorbike. Eeekkk!!!

    Im mega nervous but I trust Adam, he's been in the army for 10 years and been riding his bike for 8. If ever there was someone to trust, this has to be the guy. So I don my skinny jeans, fake ray bans and borrowed shirt & helmet and we take off into the 35degree heat. Not forgetting to stock up on steak for breakfast first.

    The bike is great, super fun and super fast. After a few hours we take ...

    Steppenwolfs, Born to be Wild and Che Guevara

    A travel blog entry by arango on Nov 06, 2012

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    ... and the sunny day on the road.

    From here we diverted our trip once again. It was not a very ************* to start to head West, because the central valley of Argentina has a lot to offer, and the winds on the way to Ushuaia were going to be rough along the east coast. We decided our time would be better spent in the famous wine region, and then make our way to the Lake Region and Patagonia along ...

    From Hell to Heaven

    A travel blog entry by jamesandtory on Mar 11, 2012

    ... demanded that the hostel did not charge the cancellation fee given the unacceptable behaviour of the owner in the hostel, and left him with the parting words "you either run a hostel for travellers to sleep in or a night club, you cannot have both!"

    Sure enough the next morning the staff were very apologetic, and advised us there would be no cancellation charge (go James!). We then walked around the city looking for another more appropriate hostel ...

    Hot as Hell

    A travel blog entry by vanny.d on Dec 16, 2011

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    ... You could tell it wasn’t just us feeling the heat however. We would get up and do all our bits and pieces late afternoon and you could be walking down the strip through town to the riverside and everyone is out for a run. When I say everyone I say forgett he girls that are running, there were these deliciously beautiful male bodies running down the road half naked. Megan and I soon learned the time we needed to head out. I do so like a ...