Ros Tower Hotel

Mitre 299, Rosario, Province of Santa Fe, Litoral, 2000, Argentina | 4 star hotel
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A travel blog entry by rowannewman


... the confidence in your ability, to know yourself and what is right for you and be true to it whilst other opinions and pressures are hurled at you from every corner of this busy existence. "At the end of all our exploring/will be to arrive where we started/and know the place for the first time." - T. S. Eliot Don't panic those of you thinking WTF is he going on about! I have not returned with tye dye clothing and beads in my beard. I am still the same big ...


A travel blog entry by frazzle


... but then again we are easily distracted.The bus journey up from Buenos Aires was quite easy and our taxi driver to our hostel actually thought we could speak Spanish and hence gave us a running commentary during the journey with me and the Wonderful Wendy grinning and nodding away in the back seat.So yesterday we were about to hire bikes from the hostel when we got chatting to a man called Jonny in reception due ...

"Ugghh.... Oh my god"

A travel blog entry by seanrobfred


We arrived in Rosario at about 10am after our best bus journey yet. This bus had driven 14hrs through the night and had everything high-class travellers such as ourselves could hope for. Whiskey nightcap? Don't mind if we do! Fully reclining seats? But of course! Thought provoking, emotionally jarring cinema? You betcha! (Men in Black 3). Suffice to say we stepped off that bus refreshed and recharged, ready to explore the second largest city ...

Lunch at the Milano Club

A travel blog entry by stevemayszak


... The restaurant was very hip and modern. I was told most people order from the daily specials rather than the menu. So I followed suit and ordered the Milanesa Napolitana con papas fritas, which is breaded fried meat with cheese and red sauce and a side of fries. It was quite good. ...

Argentinean contemporary art = disturbing

A travel blog entry by sophieandhannah


... ed and the other of a girl doing her own abortion. We couldn’t really leave fast enough. After this traumatic experience of Argentinean art we decided to leave the art world so went for empanadas which were amazing. After more mate we went for a walk before settling in the hostel for the night. We found Che Guevara’s birth place which is now an insurance company.


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    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding