Julio Cesar Hotel

Address: Calle Entre Rios 1951, Posadas, Province of Misiones, Litoral, N3300AUO, Argentina | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Calle Entre Rios 1951, Posadas.
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        Travel Blogs from Posadas

        Goodbye Brazil, hello Paraguay!

        A travel blog entry by kajsimus on Oct 23, 2015

        2 comments, 5 photos

        ... incluant la rencontre avec un gars casse bonbons voulant nous vendre un iPhone 6 qui ne voulait pas dégager, nous avons enfin franchi la frontière du Paraguay.

        Départ de Ciudad dal Este pour Encarnacion au Sud du pays. 6h30 de bus rythmées par les arrêts dans les petits villages et les gens qui montent dans le bus pour vendre de RayBan et autres côtelettes d'agneau. Arrivée milieu d'après midi à Encarnacion, rapide visite de la ville et dîner de glaces.

        Midnight Express Incarnate

        A travel blog entry by boulderbigs on Apr 03, 2015

        3 comments, 5 photos

        ... a sign, that perhaps we should have asked permission to come on the trip, instead of our usual, "we will get forgiveness later", thing. More guilt.
        We loaded up the car, realized that the "grass is greener on the other side of the river", was just too depressing. We drove back to the river to head back to Encarnacion, where the grass really was greener.
        There were cars lined up forever trying to ...

        Pleasantly surprised by Paraguay

        A travel blog entry by wyldhorsez on Feb 10, 2015

        15 photos

        ... to the core. The trend of being the only gringos in the village continued the next day as we boarded the local bus to Ciudad del Este, located on the Brazilian and Argentinian borders. As we slowly made our way north, besides struggling to get comfortable in the dilapidated bus with screaming children that was the temperature of the sun, we took in the scenery of lush green forests contrasted with deep red soil. The surrounding countryside was speckled with soy bean farms and shacks ...

        A bit of a Mission

        A travel blog entry by sue.tonytravels on Dec 11, 2014

        5 photos

        ... a society with the benefits and qualities of a European Christian society. In doing this they created self sufficient ´towns´ and taught them to write their language. They also introduced religion, education and skills such as carpentry and bell making. TheSpanish eventually threw the Jesuits out as the missions had proved to be too successful and were to much of a threat to their rule, so the missions ...

        Feel the yesterday

        A travel blog entry by vickiponce on Sep 15, 2014

        9 photos

        ... most of the time. We did walk down to the promenade one day between storms; you can see right across the river to the Argentinean city, Posadas. At the far end of the promenade there's an old house, factory and boat, on what I assume was reclaimed land as it was half flooded. We stayed around there for a while, taking artsy (or so we thought) photos. Aside from that the days we spent in Encarnacion were pretty quiet and we stayed in the hostel, watching movies while it poured ...