Hotel Castillo

Address: RN 12 y Av Los Proceres , Capiovi, Province of Misiones, Litoral, Argentina | Hotel
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This hotel is located on RN 12 y Av Los Proceres , Capiovi.
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      Travel Blogs from Capiovi

      A Rough Ride To Paraguay!

      A travel blog entry by nickjackets on Mar 26, 2014

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      ... Brazilian exit migration office.I was turned away? and told that I was illegally in Brazil? The reason was that when crossing back from the Argentinian Iguassu falls my passport was not re stamped to enter the country.Now as you may recall I was the only foreigner on the tour to Iguassu accompanied by 25 Argentinians,they all have free run through the borders so although I was stamped out of Argentina the bus driver drove straight through the Brazil side without stopping to get ...

      Weekend at Daniel and Vanessa´s

      A travel blog entry by tour-46 on Oct 12, 2008

      1 comment, 18 photos

      So, I broke another chain, something is up here. I have all new bearings but still I have problems, turns out the hub where rear sprocket sits has just got worn out from all the clanking around and probably the knackered bearings I was riding with in Patagonia...oops. Anyway so I snapped a chain, got off the bike, realised my numberplate had also fallen off, Mike missed seeing it fall off who was behind me (how?! itīs huge and yellow!), and so ...

      Canal Ride in Tigre... grrrrrrrrrr!

      A travel blog entry by amyleigh on Feb 17, 2008

      1 comment, 3 photos

      Amanda, Rebecca and I took the train ride out to Tigre, a small town just outside of BA, on a sweltering hot day. Basically, I will forever remember this day as the day of travel; 2hour train ride for a 1 hour canal ride, a 1 self-guided walking tour around the city (basically we were just lost and it was siesta so everything to see, not that there is much to see in Tigre, we missed out on), ending the return train ride to BA; a final 2 ...

      Happy New Year

      A travel blog entry by almparaguay on Jan 02, 2008

      2 comments, 7 photos

      On December 15th Adam and I celebrated our 1 year mark as Peace Corps volunteers, and four days later, 12 months living in Caazapa'mi. Most volunteers spend their first year in site really just figuring things out, getting to know their community, learning language, and building trust and friendships. We did all those things, along with building a house, working A LOT in the schools, coordinating part of a $20,000 environmental education campaign (in ...

      Iguazu Falls... Argentina style

      A travel blog entry by fiachracooke on Oct 11, 2007

      3 photos

      ... o dawn and were at the gates of the Argentinian side of the falls before they opened. All in all, I think the Argies put a little more effort into their presentation and should get two gold stars and no homework for a week. The setup was just class even before we got near the main event which is when we also got our first drenching from a monsoon that appeared as we strolled through the jungle. Thunder, lightning, ...