HA Urbano Posadas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... were going to be fed dinner and wine. Come 11.30, we were asleep and no one had been fed. We awoke to a man selling Milanese sandwiches so we bought one, having not eaten since lunch. Two seconds later, the included dinner arrives. Very frustrating. What's more - there was no wine.
The day after Iguazu Falls was always going to be a tough gig but luckily we arrived to a beautiful ...
... I think I will have to carefully select where I hitch hike in future and perhaps even listen to advice from locals! Using buses now I then moved onto Jardin America to see the waterfalls at Salto del Tabay. The weather had turned by now and rain and cloud dominated each day. The falls were nice, but through the grey mist I must admit I was a little disappointed, I am sure sunshine would have helped make them look slightly more inspiring. Another damp ...
... served in a gourd and drunk through a metal straw called a bombilla. It is popular throughout Latin America, particularly in Uruguay and Argentina and it was impossible to walk down the street without spotting someone with their gourd of maté and thermos flask filled with hot water tucked under their arm. They will keep on topping up the gourd throughout the day and it is often a very ...
The weather was still fine and so we decided to visit the other falls in Missiones as well: The Moconá falls of the river Uruguay. The road to the falls was as nice as the falls itself - windy and the the top of the hills at a lot of scenic views on the rain forst and rivers.
It was really hot that afternoon and we welcomed the wet boat trip to the falls.
... views of the river, the bridge connecting to the country of Paraguay, and the Paraguayan city of Encarnation. Except for a few lonely boaters, and maybe a jogger and a bicyclist, there was no one on the riverwalk, and everything was closed and it seemed like a dead town. Little did I know that it was siesta time. That evening, people came out of ...