Flor House

Av. Roca 962, Posadas, Province of Misiones, Litoral, 438053, Argentina | B&B
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Location

This B&B, located on Av. Roca 962, Posadas, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Travel Blogs from Posadas

Encarnacíon: sun, beach and a bit of history

A travel blog entry by sabrinechka on Nov 24, 2013

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... at the same time due to being able to mix with the locals. The landscape is very scenic and there are things to see which I didn't have time to do. The people are also very lovely and friendly. So from Encarnacíon I got a bus over the bridge to the bit of Argentina I could see over the river called Posades. There I had to wait 5 hours for my night bus at 2am. I could have gone earlier but didn't fancy paying for an extra night accommodation and arriving at 1am so I waited most ...

This trip is not quite ruins....

A travel blog entry by somewaygone on Nov 14, 2013

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... invited me to meet his family the following evening. Alas, I had a bus to catch but I was grateful to have been able to brighten his day a bit. I told him I would help spread the word so, next time you´re in Encarnacion, pop down to Habib´s and say you know me.

I wish I could say that some of the serenity of the day spent at the ruins stayed with me for the bus ride home. It did not. Rickety old buses, that stopped every 20 minutes to pick someone up, ...

Encarnacion

A travel blog entry by dgvp on Mar 06, 2013

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We travelled from Iguazzu in Argentina down to Posadas and then from there we caught another bus across the border into Paraguay. The journey took us around 8 hours in total so it was a long day! We left Argentina at 8am and got into our Paraguian hostel at 4pm. We checked in and then headed out to an ATM to pay for our room. Whilst we were out we bought some food from a super market as we were starving!

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Our lives in ruins

A travel blog entry by seanrobfred on Nov 06, 2012

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... to eating Rob's Froot Loops as we waited for somebody to turn
up. Eventually, 60 diabetes inducing minutes later, the two owners of
the hostel turned up to let us in. In line with the level of tourism
we'd already witnessed in Paraguay, we had booked into the only hostel
in town where we were the only people staying and were the second guests
they'd ever had (to be fair they'd only been open a week). Sensing an
opportunity to explore ...

A Tale of Two Buses

A travel blog entry by adamwoods on Feb 09, 2012

1 comment, 1 photo

... our' side. Hey, these Argentines are alllllllright...

It was Christian who told me, whilst waiting outside the front door for Ben and Rita, that there was this other Argentine guy in the hostel who wanted to explore the town, and that we ought to go together. "This could be a scam", was my first thought. But even if it wasn't, I didn't particularly fancy saying to Ben and Rita, "Hey, this guy is coming with us - I met him 30 seconds ...