Ros Tower Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... 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 ...
... Death road biking Bolivia, just because I couldn't help but go as fast as I could! Muses on other nationalities.... Dutch - everywhere, often alone, usually a little straight laced, never ugly but never beautiful, funny accent when speaking English which endears them to me. Canadian - very friendly, they believe people like them more then we do just because they aren't American. Can be a little annoying in large amounts. Swiss - always well prepared, researched ...
... are cousins!"
Every time I've done something clumsy or silly, Juan is ALWAYS right there and gives me 'the look.' On the rooftop terrace, Juan has many plants, flowers, herbs, but more than anything, he has cacti. One day, when I was helping him transplant some flowers from the old terrace to the new hostel, my leg got caught up on a giant cactus that, I would say, was out of place in a flowerbed! After I let out a ...
... as deserted as I told it would be. I would guess there were about 100 people tanning on the beach and plenty more in the beach bars and along the path.
It was fun in the fall, I imagine in the summer it would be even more so.
... no easy task) and finding where to get the bus back into town from. We went back to the hostel, napped, then went for our last supper with Kyle and Alesha - to a burger bar obviously. Juan gave us a La Lechuza (wooden owl) to take with us on our travels. We said an emotional goodbye and thank you to him, and it was to be the last time we saw him before we left!