Puerto Valle - Hotel de Esteros

Address: Ruta Nacional No 12, Km. 1282 (3302), Ibera Wetlands, Province of Corrientes, Litoral, W3400, Argentina | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Ruta Nacional No 12, Km. 1282 (3302), Ibera Wetlands.
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      A travel blog entry by ontyfrench on Nov 23, 2014


      ... of Encarnacion. A receptionist was willing to help me along walk to the bus terminal. He asked a bus driver where I want to stop at the village. A bus driver gestured me two thumbs up. I paid PYG10,000 for a way. It was 45 minutes, got me off at the rural on Ruta 6. Then enter Trinidad walked approximately 8 blocks away from the road.

      Before enter, required to pay a ticket. It said I don't have to pay because I'm deaf. ...

      UNESCO world heritage sites of Jesus & Trinidad

      A travel blog entry by zoeandluke on Sep 03, 2014

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      ... Both sites are UNESCO world heritage sites and the architecture is awesome. There was virtually no-one at these impressive sites are it was awesome to stroll around with a guide learning more about them. The Jesuits were definitely impressive they built the whole church in 7 years where as most churches took over 100+ years at this time in South America. The sights ...

      Personalities make a sour ending

      A travel blog entry by kirstinf on Jul 13, 2014

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      ... are definitely supporting the German World Cup team. Flags everywhere, and because Frank is registered in Germany everyone thinks we are Germans too! I was having too much fun chilling in the sun, chatting with the other Southern Hemisphere folk to go sit inside with James and his vuvuzela- yes you did read that right.... James brought a vuvuzela online and it came with him from the UK on his trip. It was too much for me to go and sit in a ...


      A travel blog entry by longwayround21 on Jun 15, 2014

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      ... rituals and their shamans. In return the Jesuits protected the Guarani from Spanish and Portuguese colonisers. Not for long, as the Jesuits wee ejected in the late 1700s and the Guarani were enslaved, killed or scattered. The mission was destroyed, mostly from disuse and the weather, and the stones were stolen and re appropriated for local housing and the first school of the town. Eventually the site was recognised as historically important and it now had UNESCO ...

      San Ignacio and Saltos del Mocona

      A travel blog entry by kerriegee on May 16, 2014

      38 photos

      ... the park and continued to some ruins. The ruins turned out to be a a really old stone house left by, we assume the Jesuits. Vicki said it looked like the house from the Blaire witch project. Hearing more sounds and watching Mafalda chase away what we think was a monkey we had had enough. So we started our return journey back to the hostel. Stopping to take a picture if the river below and a giant black tarantula, we made it back before ...