Urquiza Apart Hotel & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... 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 ...
... the Falkland Islands that unfortunately is hot topic at the moment with the President of Argentina using them as a political gain. I told them that I worked on aircraft on the islands but who owns them is no real concern of mine. They told me that most Argentines feel very strongly about them. The night would highlight the crazy hours at which these people operate! Generally people work from 9-1pm then siesta until 4. Work til 8, eat around 11-12 and go out at 2. ...
... school with every word written in Hebrew as well as Spanish, and all the signs in Hebrew as well. 500 kids learn everyday 3 hours of Hebrew. Awesome I though and continued to ask questions about the local community.
Address in hand we headed towards Perla and Icindio Salman house around 15 blocks from synagogue. I knew the chances were low seeing it was 15:00 meaning most Argentineans are having their Siesta, and especially becuase I only had the number of the bullring, ...
... James found it a little tough to understand what it was that they were asking him to do when he doesn’t understand a word of Spanish.
We only have one week, so I am hoping I can refresh my memory a little before I get to Pilar to see my family as I have not practised my Spanish since I last saw them 10 years ago! I better go finish my homework before ...
This was a long time ago now so I am writing off the top of my ead and using photos to reminisce. I can tell you we had an amazing time in Rosario even though it started as a bit of a hiccup.
We got out of the bus station and caught a taxi. I could smell an off smell but figured it was the smell of a south American city and just gnored it. We were too excited to see Agustin, our friend we had met in Bolivia in the jungle, and the man who ...