Borges Design Hostel

Address: Paraguay 4539, Capital Federal District, Argentina | Hostel
 
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This hostel, located on Paraguay 4539, Capital Federal District, is near Bird Park, Parque Das Aves, Iguacu National Park, and Calle Museo Caminito.
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      Itaipu Dam Tour, 2nd largest Dam in the World

      A travel blog entry by ryansarah on Dec 09, 2014

      14 photos

      ... on the way the first was looking over the dam and the next was where we could get put and take photos looking out over the dam again. It was huge and really quiet impressive!! At it's height of construction there was 40,000 people working on the dam each day. When we went inside we were given our hard hats and got to see how the dam was built out of concrete. The wall holding the water is 12 meters thick and when the concrete was made, it was made ...

      Just as good as the other side

      A travel blog entry by pinkymary on Oct 23, 2014

      18 photos

      ... them.


      Back at the hostel I went out for a brazilian BBQ called asado. 2 british guys, one Aussie and me. It's a buffet kind of BBQ where you only get the sides, salads, deserts and a lot of other things.
      The meat comes to the table. Every 2 minutes a waiter comes out with a spear full of meat. I've tried so many different meats this evening, I don't think I've had half of that in my life. I even tried ...

      The Mighty Iguazu Falls

      A travel blog entry by alisonhowarth on Oct 19, 2014

      43 photos

      ... separate taxis, buses or tours to both sides of the falls and back again. He even paused on the bridge over the Rio Iguacu (where the Argentine/Brasilian border officially lies) to stick his arms out of the window and shout out "Braaaaaasil". What a guy! ARGENTINIAN SIDE The Argentinian side of the falls is sold as the place you can get close to the falls and the Brasilian side is better for panoramas. I didn't find this necessarily to be true. You can do both on both sides of ...

      Iguassu Falls - the Argentinian side

      A travel blog entry by darrylpitcher on Oct 09, 2014

      24 photos

      ... kilometres downstream. The water course in the gorge below the falls sits below sheer cliffs of about 50 metres height topped with verdant (and always wet) sub-tropical jungle growth. It was breathtakingly beautiful.

      The boats are a serious version of the jet boats in the Zodiac style but capable of carrying probably 50 people with an elevated platform at the rear for the pilot and rows of seats throughout. There was no lid on the boats, because ...

      Poor Niagara

      A travel blog entry by vickiponce on Sep 04, 2014

      5 photos

      ... perilously close to the rocks) and we did indeed get absolutely soaked through. It was super scary - you can feel just how powerful the water really is, and can hardly hear yourself think - but so much fun! Scott tried to video the whole thing, but we were ducking and diving the whole time as the boat steered in and out of the water. As we made our way towards the bottom of a huge waterfall, it felt almost apocalyptic; the huge plumes of spray towering ...