Hotel San Rafael

Address: Av. Adrian Jara y Avay, Ciudad Del Este, 7000, Paraguay | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Av. Adrian Jara y Avay, Ciudad Del Este.
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          Travel Blogs from Ciudad Del Este

          Paraguay and Iguazu

          A travel blog entry by americas2015 on Oct 27, 2015

          5 photos

          ... probably need to shave a little more. I was glad to get back into Brazil from Paraguay, the border between both countries is so informal that you can walk over the bridge and not even bother showing your passport. Paraguay is the only place I have been to where I was very wary about my surroundings and there were far to many people around and to close in my personal space. Tomorrow I fly to Rio, looking forward to the beach and time relaxing by a ...

          The Argentinian side of the falls

          A travel blog entry by louisew91 on Oct 01, 2015

          ... than the one that split up Brazil an Argentina - it was cool! Next stop was at the falls and I was so excited to see them from a different country! They didn't disappoint! The first place was more of a fish eye view of the entire thing and the next stop we got up and personal with a section of the falls. The noise was deafening and the water was falling so quickly off the edge that the spray completely soaked anyone who walked up to the railings for a better view. Thank god I ...

          Pot noodles and beer at the Sheraton-STAY CLASSY.

          A travel blog entry by woodywanderlust on Sep 30, 2015

          77 photos

          ... had obviously been in the wars a bit, with a big slash on his back, just under his neck, where in parts you could see his flesh and he also had a slight limp. We just wanted to scoop him up and give him a big hug, but sadly we also didn't want to catch anything from him nor aggravate the wound on his back. We named him 'Trooper', as he really was just that, a little trooper. It really bothered us that he clearly didn't have an owner nor a home to go, and he ...

          Iguazu Falls

          A travel blog entry by harriet.worth21 on Jul 22, 2015

          2 comments, 11 photos

          ... cheap and a laugh. The next day was Mike's birthday, 20 years old!! So as adult and teenager we ventured to the Brazilian side of the waterfall. The weather was dull and raining but this only increased the atmosphere when we were at the waterfalls. It was a great day, we got absolutely soaked as we stood just below the waterfall and our photos didn't come out great as the spray made it hard to see. That evening we warmed ourselves ...

          Itaipu Dam

          A travel blog entry by benjandkori on May 10, 2015

          4 photos

          ... world's largest rodents (about the size of a medium sized dog). They live in large groups near bodies of water and (according to our guide) are the favourite meal of the jaguar. Our first stop was at a point that enjoys a good view of the sluice area. Huge gates in the dam stand before a ramp that runs down towards the river below. Until recently, this was the biggest dam in the world, and it spans South America's second longest river. This means that you need a huge facility ...