Urquiza Apart Hotel & Suites

Address: Urquiza 1491, Rosario, Province of Santa Fe, Litoral, 2000, Argentina | Hotel
 
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      Travel Blogs from Rosario

      My knee!!!

      A travel blog entry by adandgen on Sep 13, 2013

      8 photos

      ... immeasurably. - Argentina is a bit expensive. Unless you bring lots of dollars with you and exchange them with a dodgy man, in a bomber jacket full of currency, on the street - in which case Argentina is pretty cheap UPDATE: I had meant to put this in the introduction, but it must have slipped my mind. I will add it here, as I feel it is significant. Rosario is the birthplace of Lionel Messi, Che Guevara, and the Argentinian ...

      If you have read the rest - why not one more?

      A travel blog entry by rowannewman on Jun 26, 2013

      4 comments, 3 photos

      ... have I spent in plazas/parks people watching? Counting only the days I have been in urban areas, I average 4 hours a day, record being over 8hrs in Buenos Aires Most random night? Meeting a busker in Lima, going to a pub full of stuffed animals, drinking a litre of Pisco sour, ending up at a Peruvian house watching reggaeton on youtube! Days it has rained? No more than 20 - seriously Nights under canvas? Approximately 45 nights (about 23 alone) Most dangerous ...

      Rosario

      A travel blog entry by tawnyhenderson on Nov 16, 2012

      2 comments, 7 photos

      ... I have become the butt of many jokes, but it's all in good fun. Since my Spanish is not so good, I often get caught up in listening. Juan will lead a conversation between many people and with no warning at all, look at me and translate. Since my brain has yet to create a toggle switch, I still interpret him in Spanish and stare with a look on my face of confusion. This was the beginning of "tus padres son primos!" which means ...

      La Florida

      A travel blog entry by stevemayszak on May 05, 2012

      5 photos

      I jogged along the path from downtown to the beach. Winter is setting in but the temperatures are still reaching into the 80's. Being from the Northwest it felt very warm to me. And apparently it was warm to others to because the beach ...

      Hungover on the beach

      A travel blog entry by sophieandhannah on Sep 20, 2011

      ... as I was not feeling up to navigating so Alesha took the reins! We got on a bus for 40 minutes (far too long for my liking!) and walked through a classy, yet spookily empty neighbourhood. We found the sandy beach, and I spent the whole time asleep on the sand. After a few hours, we left, grabbing a pancho (hot dog) on the way, asking in Spanish for coins for ...