Julio Cesar Hotel

Entre Rios 1951, Posadas, Province of Misiones, Litoral, 3300, Argentina | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Entre Rios 1951, Posadas.
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    Travel Blogs from Posadas

    Light Show

    A travel blog entry by -ninavale- on Nov 19, 2013

    1 comment, 14 photos

    ... that once were homes, small factories, squares, churches. In the evening we stopped for a light show we had been suggested to see: I must confess that we didn't expect much, but we were literally left speechless by the extraordinary effect of this show. By means of projectors, water jets and speakers, a three-dimensional reconstruction of the history of this place unfolded right in front of us. At one point it really looked like we had real people in front of our eyes ...

    Encarnacion

    A travel blog entry by fsorbie on Sep 20, 2013

    1 photo

    ... was 1,5hours too late yesterday (the bank guy in belgium put a temporary amount on until 23h belgian time which is 17h paraguayan time but i only got here at 18:30..) But i should have enough dinero until sunday (it is cheap here), and still have dolars and euros to change. Many other people are having problems with cards aswell, very annoying!!! It is an experience to travel super cheap tho, every peso makes a difference for now, just in ...

    San Ignacio- Land of the Missions

    A travel blog entry by travellerlp on Nov 25, 2012

    54 photos

    ... a variety of facts about mission life. The Jesuits came to the area in the early 1600's in order to educate and civilize the Guarani. They accomplished this well and the Mission became a home to 2,500 people. The detail in the architecture of the mission is preserved to this day. The floors and walls are intricately carved with flora and fauna. The rest of the day was a scorcher (surprise!)so we hung out in the relaxing atmosphere of the hostel.
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    La Garganta del Diablo

    A travel blog entry by arango on Oct 26, 2012

    27 photos

    ... and I must admit there were some scary moments along the way. Not everyone drives with their lights on, and oneway roads can turn into two way roads without signs. With much relief, we made it to Posadas, a bit tired and hungry, so we stayed at the first hotel we found. We went out to eat to a Spanish restaurant and had a great milanesa. Lots to take in in one day, the falls and the storm were incredible...we’re still static from that experience.


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    A Little Trinidad

    A travel blog entry by caitlin_rose on Sep 07, 2012

    7 photos

    ... seeing Trinidad the non existent bus to Jesus (the other Jesuit ruins 12 km down the road) halted my plans. Although the waiting around was not at all a problem as I managed to hold a mainly hand gestured conversation with a friendly local guy, yay for team Spanish. Waiting for that bus back to town definitely felt like I had quiet successfully fallen off the map. ...