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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Papillon Bella Vista
No English spoken at all, but the staff and reception very friendly,nice comfortable rooms,just the one night here but there is a lovely pool and the grounds are very natural.Situated on the main highway to Encarnacion,gives it a motel feel,all the same very good.Good restaurant.
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... of San Lorenzo before we dared utter those sentiments. We surely couldn't (wouldn't) turn back now.
The multiple hours drive to Encarnacion through the grazing farmlands and ranches and small hamlets was amazing. The air still seemed alive because each little town would show itself along the highway for whatever thing it sold ...
... river bridge away. Booking.com returned a result! Maitei Resort. Too expensive, but what the heck, we've never been to Argentina. Posadas for Pascua.
As the Paraguayan immigration officers perused our documents with a jealous eye affixed on the cable winch mounted on our truck, we tried to look straight ahead without meeting their eyes. Some mumbled comments and soon we were taking video of this ...
... destinations). We saw some photos of the same waterfront area eight years ago and it was nothing but a swampy wasteland. It seems that all the recent development in Encarnacion has been directed in this area, including the large stadium that hosts the annual Carnival each February. (With visitors numbering 70,000, this is a huge event second only to Rio's Carnival).
The principal attraction of this eastern part of Paraguay (the Carnival ...
... are far behind us now as we reach Posadas in the province of Misiones. This is an area of particular historical and heritage interest. Commencing in the first half of the 17th Century, Jesuit missionaries from Spain set up 30 organised settlements across an expanse of land that now incorporates Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay and Brazil. Set out like typical European towns of the time, with a central ...
... constantly carrying a maté cup and thermos was funny (they do really look like children holding sippy cups) than Paraguayans took the cake as the tereré thermos were the size of mini kegs, colourfully decorated with painted and embossed leather often with side holders for their sippy cups. We were lucky enough to be offered tereré at our hostel, which like in Argentina is a huge honour, and could definitely understand the appeal as the iced tea seems to cool ...