Estancia Santa Ines

Address: Ruta 105 km 8,5, Posadas, Province of Misiones, Litoral, Argentina | B&B
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This B&B is located on Ruta 105 km 8,5, Posadas.
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      A bit of a Mission

      A travel blog entry by sue.tonytravels on Dec 11, 2014

      5 photos

      ... a couple of Jesuit Missions.

      With the help of the local tourist office, we managed to find an English speaking guide called Marcelo who would take us through immigration and drive us to the the missions that are both UNESCO World Heritage sites.

      We set off quite early and luckily there wasn´t too much traffic on the bridge crossing the border so we got through immigration pretty ...

      One very rarely visited UNESCO site

      A travel blog entry by mattyjordan on Jun 01, 2014

      1 comment, 59 photos

      ... so i just spent some time passing through all of the different sectors of this once pretty amazing city. There was a gigantic church, a house for the priest, a college, more housing, a water reservoir, a crypt, and a whole heap of beautiful open space.They had begun restoration and excavation of some of the stones and uncovered extremely detailed carvings of women and children, Jesus and a lot of other historic figures. I walked into the church and the carvings became more detailed ...

      Encarnacíon: sun, beach and a bit of history

      A travel blog entry by sabrinechka on Nov 24, 2013

      1 photo

      So Frankie, James and I left Asuncíon early Friday morning for our weekend in Encarnacíon which is popular with Paraguayans because its where the beach is at. I find out later it is only 2 years old but unsure if its man made or from natural occurrence so where we stayed was pretty new. The bus took forever getting there though. Considering I've been on longer journeys by now, 6hours is nothing, but it dragged on and on...and I slept most of the journey ha. But we left at 8 ...

      Light Show

      A travel blog entry by -ninavale- on Nov 19, 2013

      1 comment, 14 photos

      ... to Buenos Aires, and we were curious to see how our first long trip in an argentinian bus would be. The premises were good: when we booked the passage we were given a huge discount because we paid in cash and we managed to book the luxury class, with seats that almost become beds, meals and drinks included. There would have also been a vegetarian menu, but unfortunately Nina could not seize this rare opportunity, since she's not feeling too well. Hopefully we'll get there soon.

      First unsupervised border crossing

      A travel blog entry by abiandkayleigh on Sep 17, 2013

      2 photos

      ... in so far, freezing water, unhelpful staff, **** breakfast, dirty, just not good. So we booked a bus to take us to Salta. Before we left we wandered around through the town, you can cross a bridge to get to Paraguay so we went to the waterfront to see Paraguay. Went to a market but it was full of tat, there is apparantly and paraguayan market selling crafts and tat most likely, but we missed it off. ...