Callao 45, Rosario, 2000, Argentina
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Monumento Nacional de la Bandera
statue outside Fine Arts museum
the flag monument
possible Rosario living/Tango/teaching english
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
Re: possible Rosario living/Tango/teaching english
I know Rosario quite well, having lived there myself for a while. Have you now arranged anything there? - If not I can probably find out some info for you!
Let me know
Travel Tips for Rosario
After some walking along the waterfront I turned right up to a small hill where park Urquiza is. I noticed the entrance from a large basrelief called the Sower and the stairs go up next to it. The park took its name from general Justo Jose de Urquiza that was president of the argentine confederation from 1854 to 1860).
Like most of the urban parks in big cities it offers recreation and green space to the people of Rosario. It has great view over the river and I saw many locals lying in the sun for one more time (some of them have with them inflatable mattresses!! lol).
In the park there is a planetarium building, the “complejo astronomico municipal” but I guess both of them are opened during the night. I had my breakfast at café amfiteatro, a self service small café with very helpful stuff. Next to the café there is the Amfiteatro, an open-air stage with 3,000people capacity, where many concerts take place in the summer period. I walked for a while among some sculptures, a fountain and some small paths and I returned back to the center of the city…
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Address: Callao 45, Rosario, 2000, Argentina