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- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Meal plan
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... poste d'immigration du côté brésilien. Au notre arrivé au poste paraguayen, nous avons donc eu la bonne surprise de découvrir que pour pouvoir rentrer au Paraguay, il faut d'abord tamponner la sortie du Brésil. Et donc se taper tout le trajet du pont entre les 2 pays à pattes. Le contrôleur, mort de rire en nous voyant arriver avec nos sacs énormes, a eu l'immense bonté d'esprit de nous proposer de garder les gros sacs. Une âme charitable :). Après un ...
... have time to sit in the sun. You all know how much I worship it. So we got there quite late, after the immigration fiasco, we had dinner, a look around, and bed. We got up the next morning to rain. Yep, I still sat by the pool. We sat there until a clap of thunder and lightning hit simultaneously right over us, at least it felt like it hit right over the pool. Seeing the pool boy run; we did the same. I think ...
... 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 ...
... lots of Argentinians go to Encarnacion for day trips to buy cheap electrical goods and Paraguayans cross the bridge to buy cheaper petrol and meat amongst other things. We visited the Jesús de Tavarangue and Trinidad missions both built in the 17th century. The Jesuits created the missions to try and protect the Guarani natives in Paraguay, Brazil & Argentina from the Spanish and Portuguese and also to try ...
... other one, and we had fun exploring the different rooms as well as the crypt below ground. It was still boiling hot, and we walking along the walls trying to keep in the shade. After a while, we wandered back to the bicitaxi and got dropped off at the bus stop on the side of the main road.
We stayed in Encarnacion for a few more days, more than anything to wait and get the fast bus to Buenos Aires that only went on a Monday. There wasn't much to do and it ...