Julio Cesar Hotel

Entre Rios 1951, Posadas, Province of Misiones, Litoral, 3300, Argentina | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Posadas

This trip is not quite ruins....

A travel blog entry by somewaygone


... I was ready for an all together quiter expereince though. I had come to visit the Jesuit ruins of Trinidad and Jesus. Probably one of the least visited UNESCO World Heritage sites in the world. A trainee tour guide from the hostel offered to drive me to the both ruins, somewhere to grab lunch and finally to a unique, nautically designed church to the West. It would allow me to see the ruins cheaply, and he could learn the ropes.

The Jesuits settled in Trinidad ...

Why are we here?

A travel blog entry by garethandlisa

... probably close or at least raise the entrance fee to more than 4. Determined to get value for money from our 3 day pass we enquired about transport to Jesus. A call was made to the mototaxi hotline and 5 mins later a vehicle appeared. For the 10 return fare we were expecting a quick jaunt just over walking distance,18km through the paraguayan countryside later, rescuing a damsel in distress en route whose motorbike had broken down, we arrived rather ...


A travel blog entry by andyandott


... 1. I thought i'd pass some of the 2 hour wait by going to the toilet. I had to pay to use the cesspit of a toilet, as is the weird way in these parts. And when i got back i realised the attendant lady hadn't given me enough change. Upon asking for the correct change she denied it all. The toilet visit cost me about a tenner. Con number 2. After 2 hours our coach arrived. Only it wasn't a coach but a ****** stuffy old banger. Con mumber 3. Loving Paraguay so ...

La Garganta del Diablo

A travel blog entry by arango


... 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.


On a Mission

A travel blog entry by paulandjemma


... but there were enough Cerro fans there to create a decent atmosphere and they kept up the singing and drum beating throughout their team's 2-0 win.

It had been one of the hottest days of the trip so far, with the weather reports giving the temperature as 37 degrees Celsius with a comfort level of 39 degrees. We're not sure what a comfort level is, but it certainly wasn't very comfortable and we were glad to get back to our air conditioned room that evening.

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