Hotel Mi Abuela

Address: Av. Adrian Jara casi Pampliega, Ciudad Del Este, Paraguay | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Av. Adrian Jara casi Pampliega, Ciudad Del Este, is near Iguacu Falls, Bird Park, Iguacu National Park, and Rafain Churrascaria Show.
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    Travel Blogs from Ciudad Del Este

    Itaipu Dam

    A travel blog entry by benjandkori on May 10, 2015

    4 photos

    Day 234 After breakfast, which was the most lavish on offer at any guesthouse for many months, we decided that we should double-team a wash. Some of our wardrobe has acquired an integral odour to it, so we pinched a little machine washing powder for our hand wash. It was nearly impossible to rinse out. Ben was a bit on edge, having had a strong mate with breakfast, but managed to function mostly like a normal human being as we walked down to the supermarket. We finally got out ...

    Iguazú Falls

    A travel blog entry by benjandkori on May 08, 2015

    31 photos

    ... before taking the can and carving it open with a serrated steak knife. It was a recipe for losing a finger or impaling oneself but she got away with it. We had to change rooms this morning but got upgraded to an ensuite for free, which was a bonus. The operation was completed seamlessly with the help of the amiable and professional receptionist. We are upstairs now. Just over the balcony, the tin can hacker was now tottering across the corrugated roof opposite, hanging ...

    Vegan in Puerto Iguazu

    A travel blog entry by vegan_traveller on Feb 20, 2015

    4 photos

    ... There is nothing more to see in Puerto Iguazu itself. The views were very different from each side: The Argentinean side is much more up close and personal with the falls but was crowded with people compared to the Brazilian side. From Brazil, you can get a wonderful perspective of the falls from more of a distance which makes for some great photo opportunities. There were much less people here too. Both sides were ...


    A travel blog entry by kiwimitch2015 on Feb 15, 2015

    2 comments, 26 photos

    ... walkways over the calm expanse of the Iguazu River. Only the battered, sunken wrecks of previous walkways give credence to the power of the river in flood. Gradually we become enveloped in the roar and mist of Devil's Throat. We find the swifts that live behind the falls fascinating as they fly in unison feeding on insects in the fall's spray. As we leave our first drenching of the day we find a beautiful double rainbow ... plenty of mist ...

    Very wet waterfalls

    A travel blog entry by jennycdec2014 on Dec 29, 2014

    2 photos

    ... by our driver Alfredo, and he took us into the town of Iguazu for dinner and a look around. He showed us a spot where you can see three countries - Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay. We wandered around the town where everyone was fighting against the red mud which seems to get in everywhere. An interesting town but rundown.
    We discovered that we had both forgotten our glasses, so we asked Alfredo where we could buy some magnifying glasses. Not ...