Julio Cesar Hotel

Address: 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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      Encarnacíon: sun, beach and a bit of history

      A travel blog entry by sabrinechka on Nov 24, 2013

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      ... local bus took us 2hours...)to see the Jesuit ruins. The ruins are out in the country so the landscape was stunning with it being so green and these ruins being so prominent. We walked the afternoon around the ruins and I lay in a crypt for a photo op (as you do). We also saw what I joked as Paraguayan Next Top Model having their photos taken (I watched the Peru version so it's possible), however with my 'best' Spanish I asked why they were wearing these typical South American ...

      This trip is not quite ruins....

      A travel blog entry by somewaygone on Nov 14, 2013

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      ... of my time growing up here, there are good friends still here and there is the excitement of a brand new experience teaching in South America.

      I only have one slight concern. The knee that was operated on in June is still, occasionally giving me trouble. Although the standard of healthcare I could access in Paraguay is excellent, part of me feels more comfortable with the idea of returning to the UK to be checked out there. I have emailed both schools ...

      Why are we here?

      A travel blog entry by garethandlisa on Jul 14, 2013

      One of the most untapped tourist spots on the route, Encarnacion in Paraguay promised to be one of the more authentic experiences. The main draw for the town is its proximity to the Ruta jesuita, a UNESCO site amongst the least visited in the world but best preserved. Las Ruinas are split over Trinidad, Jesus and San Cosme with Trinidad being the most accessible though still pretty isolated. Breakfast proved most disappointing with the exception of dulce de ...


      A travel blog entry by andyandott on Nov 01, 2012


      Another journeying day today. Our end goal was to finish in Encarnacion in Paraguay, and to do that we first had to cross the border, obviously. We got on a bus to Ciudad del Este in Paraguay from Puerto Iguazu. It was rammed, sardines in a tin stuff. The problem was made worse by the fact that it was like any other ****** suburban bus, like you'd get for example from Rochdale to Oldham (Lancashire buses are rubbish). The bus ploughed its way from ...

      La Garganta del Diablo

      A travel blog entry by arango on Oct 26, 2012

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      ... 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.