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      form to pay reciprocity fee

      Argentina Yesterday

      Thanks, everyone, for the info about getting to the correct travel site to pay the reciprocity fee. I'm confused!
      I entered the Provincia Pagos website and registered.
      Then I received an email verifying that my account has been created. No entry code was included, as per the directions. The only info in the email was my user name and password. There's an X'ed out picture, so no clue as to what that's about...
      The directions tell me to click "continue" the website to complete the process, however when I click on it I loop back to the same directions page instead of a form described where I input my personal and credit card info.
      Has anybody been through the process that can help? I am beyond frustrated.
      Thank you!

    • Need info to make appropriate airline reservation from Buenos Aires to Iguazu Falls

      Buenos Aires Yesterday

      We will be overnight in Buenos Aires and only have one day available to go to Iguazu Falls
      Argentina side. So we can take the flight from AEP to IGR at 5:40 AM that gets in at 7:25 or the one that depart Buenos Aires at 9:05 and gets in at 11 AM. My concern is that the later flight we lose 2 hrs of precious sightseeing time since the park opens at 9AM...but then if we take the earlier flight we have to be at the airport at what time????? in order to make the flight. In that case we may lose sleep time. To me the sightseeing is more precious than sleep as we will not have the opportunity to every go again...BUT on the otherhad if we need to be there hours before then loss of sleep can make us too tired to enjoy what we are seeing. Your recommendations will be most helpful!

    • Read the warnings-Now I am scared

      Buenos Aires Yesterday

      I understand "be ware", but reading the "dangers" section has me downright scared. I am not sure if there are certain areas to stay away from...or if this is directed to normal tourist areas...but it sounded like even the nice areas are suspect. We have not made hotel reservations yet so further information will be appreciated. I never wear flashy jewelry and such and I certainly don't look elite, but that being said, if I am a tourist and want to take pictures I usually will have a camera around my neck and that screams tourist!
      We arrive at EZE in the evening and then our flight to Iguazu is early the next morning (probably the 5:40 am flight out of aep) so I was thinking of getting a hotel near aep airport to cut down the travel time in the morning. Is this an okay plan or do I need to rethink it? What hotel or area do you recommend. We will have large suitcases that we will be leaving with the hotel while we are overnight in Iguazu, so the hotel needs to be reputable. Then the next day we will gly back to BA and stop buy the hotel on our way to our cruise and pick up the other that way we only take one with us for the overnight. Otherwise, we will be traveling with two each plus a very small carryon (with the laptop)...and my husband is 72 years old so I really need to make things as easy as possible for us.

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      Paying reciprocity fee

      Argentina Jun 27, 2015 at 11:11 AM

      I'll be visiting Buenos Aires for two weeks this summer and need to pay my reciprocity fee. There are so many sites on the web that I don't know which one to choose to make my payment. Can anyone point me to the correct website?
      Thank you!


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      Getting the bus to Rosario

      Rosario Jan 6, 2015 at 10:42 AM


      Could you let me know where we can catch a bus to Rosario please, are they frequent and comfortable. How long will it take to get there from Buenos Aires and how much will it cost? Thank you very much for your help. Would it be better to catch the train?

      Best wishes, Vicki

      1 Answer Jan 6, 2015 at 10:44 AM
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      Train from Buenos Aires

      Rosario Jan 3, 2015 at 8:24 AM

      Are there any trains to Rosario from Buenos Aires please? And if so how much does it cost to catch one?

      Thank you,

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      Banks and exchanges

      Rosario Sep 21, 2010 at 3:54 PM

      Hi, really dull question this, but can somebody please tell me if it is easy to find banks that accept foreign cards in Rosario? If so, which banks and on which streets (close to Centro). Also, do banks exchange foreign money or should I find separate casas do cambio? I have had a lot of problems using cashpoints in South America (my bank cards are both Visa Debit)and as I am in Rosario only very briefly I am hoping to avoid spending the entire time trying to find a cashpoint that accepts my card!

      Any help much appreciated of course

      5 Answers Sep 27, 2010 at 5:05 PM
    • sante fe -parana-

      Rosario Apr 28, 2010 at 6:54 AM

      i am looking for clean cheap accomadation in santa fe near the rugby stadium any suggestion pls and i need transport advice greetings mark

    • possible Rosario living/Tango/teaching english

      Rosario Feb 15, 2010 at 10:26 AM

      Hi-i'm originally from the UK, but now living in Central America. Am thinking of returning to Argentina to learn more Tango( i already dance for years but want to polish up, and also learn to lead which ive nor been doing so long) ive been to Argentina for 3 months before, but am wanting to avoid the big city at the moment(have jsut spent two years living in Mexico city) and also want to avoid the gringo price hikes that many teachers charge in BA. i wonder if anyone knows the price of both group and private classes in Rosario, whether there is Tango nuevo/electronica etc, or is it strictly traditional, and in general if its a good city to live in? would be really helpful, thanks

      PS if anyone knows the teaching english prospects that would be useful- i work in community art/fairtrade design, but teaching english is usually the easiest job to do straight off.

      thanks for any information, Ali

      1 Answer Mar 8, 2010 at 4:25 PM
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      Manu chao

      Rosario Nov 7, 2009 at 7:32 AM


      Me and a friend want to visit Manu chao (music) in Rosario on 21 November.
      I arrive in BA on 18 November and my friend is already traveling in the South of Argentina at the moment.

      The question where can my friend buy ticktits for Manu Chao, and is it stil possible to buy tickets when I arrive in the 18th in BA...

      Ty.... greets from the Netherlands

    • Trip to Rosario for Semana Santa

      Rosario Apr 3, 2009 at 7:30 AM

      Two friends and I will be traveling to Rosario for Semana Santa and were just wondering if anyone had any recommendations for fun activities....maybe something a little off the beaten path....we will be there for four days three nights and would love to see some music and really feel the city┬┤s culture. Hope to hear from someone soon. Thanks!

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      Looking for my roots

      Rosario Oct 24, 2007 at 2:47 AM

      I am looking for the grave of my grandfather Antoni Czapkevicz, who died in Rosario de Santa Fe in 1930 and was burried there. Can anyone advise whom to approach in order to find the grave?

      Thanks for your help - and waiting for anything...


      2 Answers Oct 27, 2007 at 2:48 PM
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      Rosario Cemeteries

      Provincia de Santa Fe Oct 23, 2007 at 2:24 PM

      I am looking for the grave of my grandfather Antoni Czapkevicz, who died in Rosario de Santa Fe in 1930 and was burried there. Can anyone advise whom to approach in order to find the grave?

      Thanks for your help - and waiting for anything...


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      Railway transportation between Bs.As. en Rosario???

      Rosario Jun 4, 2007 at 3:05 AM

      I'm looking into the ways of (passenger)transportation between Bs.As. and Rosario.

      I think it would be great for my children (2 boys: 7 and 4) to travel by train.

      Can anyone tell whether this is a real and serious way of transportation?



      6 Answers Jul 23, 2007 at 3:30 AM
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      Dress-code for weddingguests

      Rosario May 28, 2007 at 8:11 AM


      We have been invitged to attend the wedding of our friends in October 2007. As she is Rosarina (presently living in Europe) and he is Italian, the wedding is taking place in Rosario.
      Can anyone tell me what the dress-code is for guests to attend a wedding in Rosario?

      2 Answers Jun 2, 2007 at 7:40 AM
    • how to dress when going to rosario, argentina

      Rosario Apr 20, 2007 at 4:02 PM

      i am planning on going to rosario in december, i heard if you dres like a tourist you are in trouble, so how are we suppose to dress like?

      2 Answers Apr 22, 2007 at 5:38 AM
    • Housing

      Rosario Oct 9, 2006 at 1:19 PM

      Hi! I'll be in Rosario during end of October until mid-April, and I am looking for housing. I NEED Internet access, secure environment, and enough working space since I will be working home writing my thesis. Does anyone knows where I can find such a housing? Any offer? Thanks :-)

      2 Answers Oct 18, 2006 at 2:26 PM
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      Looking for Gladys Fabregas

      Teodelina Jul 1, 2006 at 5:56 AM

      I'm looking for an old freind and family relation. She is from Teodelina in Santa Fe, Argentina and may be living there still. Any advice on how to locate her? Any good phone books for the area? Thanks!

      1 Answer Jul 1, 2006 at 6:54 AM
    • Rugby in Rosario

      Rosario Feb 15, 2006 at 10:03 AM

      My son will be playing rugby in rosario on 3 August 2006, his school team are on tour.My wife and I will be in Buenos Aires on 2 Aug, and we would like to get out to see the game, problem is we have to be back at Buenos Aires airport for a flight to Peru 08.45 on 4 Aug. Is there a bus or train that we could take out to Rosario on 2 Aug and a return on 3 Aug departing in the eveningof 3 Aug.

      2 Answers Feb 20, 2006 at 2:01 PM
    • baybreeze350

      Provincia de Santa Fe Jul 12, 2005 at 5:32 PM

      My daughter is going to Santa FE for a year and wants to bring items from the USA as gifts that they may not have in Argentina. Any suggestions? Do they have peanut butter? Kraft boxed macaroni and cheese? Microwave popcorn?


      3 Answers Jul 15, 2005 at 6:54 PM
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      In Desperate Search for Temp. Apartment

      Rosario Apr 26, 2005 at 11:24 AM

      To anyone who knows, or can help - my husband and I are here in Rosario, Argentina for another 2.5 months and need terribly a temp., furnished apartment. Please contact me if you are renting, or know people who would.



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      Phone Directory

      Provincia de Santa Fe Jan 2, 2005 at 11:17 PM

      Hi, I am trying to locate a friend of mine who I went to scholl with in Indiana, USA. Does anyone know of a good online phone directory for Santa Fe, Argentina? Thanks, Peter

      2 Answers Jan 4, 2005 at 7:50 PM
    • Travel to Iguazu from Rosario

      Rosario Apr 2, 2004 at 8:53 AM

      Hi I want to see the Catarats de Iguazu and I will be in Rosario. What is the cheapist way to get there and what are my options. Bus, how many hours and price. Plane, hours and price. Please give my rpices in both US dollars and Pesos. I as well wanto travel from BsAs to Mendoza. Let me know the same info. Thank you so very much -Jeremy Bailey

      3 Answers Apr 3, 2004 at 1:20 AM