Ros Tower Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Continental Breakfast
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... any crossover of apparatus between gender inevitably lead to contemplation of the individuals persuasion. A short walk, beyond the chaos of the asphalt, lead us to a set of steps upon which the local university students had begun painting the number '43' in commemoration of the Iguala Kidnapping victims. The offering provided a melancholy touch to the day as we reflected on the impact that one incident may have upon the minds of many. After recharging our batteries following ...
... smack her knee into it. After we established that she had not done any major damage, we hobbled to find a taxi back to our hostel. The next morning, we found that our time in the bus station wasn´t done, as our bus was delayed by an hour and a half, but we eventually made it to Buenos Aires, and on to our flight to Quito. Naturally I was carrying all the bags. Would I come back to Rosario? I would like to, to ...
Rosario was one of those places that we really didn't know much about and didn't really have any great desire to see, but we needed to get from one side of South America to the other and flights were expensive and it seemed like it could be a nice place to relax and stroll around. And it was. We slept in late and strolled around and didn't really do all that much. ...
... things Rosario had on offer. After a nutritious yet delicious dinner at the Argentinian fast-food chain 'Billy Lomitos' we headed home to the hostel for a relaxed evening.
That night we ran into the second spot of bad luck in Rosario: our room mates. We've been travelling for one month now, and so far we've had room mates whom we have ...
... time looking for one. We did not find the power adapter and the other thing we did not find was English. I think it is fare to say after just one day that you can’t really get buy without Spanish here. We will see how I do for the next month, gulp.
A word on power adapters. How do I describe them? Like two prong US but each prong bent in at a 30 degree angle. It took me a while to figure out that ...