Borges Design Hostel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- High-speed internet in room
- Smoking rooms available
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... We did some shopping and wondered off to the view point where you can see both Paraguay and Brazil. Although not stand out amazing, it is nice to know that you are in reach of the other two countries. We watched a couple of passenger boats cross the river and then slowly ambled our way back to town.
That night Kev was going to prepare a steak for himself and I had the largest piece of salmon. Kev's steak turned out better then a restaurant. It even had the griddle ...
... which was unfortunately full. But our trusty iOverland App came to the rescue again along with some cryptic signage leading us to a beautiful campsite right on the river with a view to Paraguay. The next morning we wasted no time and made a bee line straight to the Iguazu Falls, which was a 15 minute drive out of town. We were visiting the falls from the Argentinean side. There was a huge number of people and we joined the masses walking to see the falls along the numerous ...
Thought for the day: "One touch of nature makes the whole world kin." William Shakespeare
If you locate Iguazu Falls on Google Maps, it identifies them as “Immense, scenic set of waterfalls". No kidding! According to the website entitled World of New Seven Wonders, “Iguazu Falls, in Iguazu River, are one of the world's largest waterfalls. They extend over 2,700m (nearly 2 miles) in a semi-circular shape. Of the 275 falls ...
Spent our first few days wandering buenois aires, such a beautiful city. On our first proper full day we took a walking tour around downtown and saw where San Martin is buried, not quite in the church but you have to go in the church to find his burial. This was followed by an experience of real tango in a small local bar, Kat even got up to have her photo taken with the Argentinian. Later that evening we decided ...
... they were all trying to find some food. I even walked past a cafe and there were some of them on the tables trying to steal people’s food from right off their plates! These animals have no fear at all.
I got a bus back to the center of town and walked back to the hostel to chill for a bit until it was time to go out to dinner. I went to a place near the hostel that was just called The Empanaderia. I ...