Residencial Guarani

Avenue Guarani y Lanusse, Puerto Iguazu, Province of Misiones, Litoral, 3370, Argentina | 2 star inn
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This 2 star inn, located on Avenue Guarani y Lanusse, Puerto Iguazu, is near Itaipu Dam, Foz do Iguacu, Marco das Tres Fronteiras, and Wanda Mines.
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    Travel Blogs from Puerto Iguazu

    The best familly so far

    A travel blog entry by fnchabini on Jul 10, 2014

    19 photos

    ... nous e Ils nous ont fait des cadeaux. Le tout est très chaleureux on aime la nature le pays les gens et tout ce qui s'ensuit... On a vraiment quitté Blass et sa femme avec un sentiment lourd. SUPER EXCITÉ POUR CE QUI VIENT. We were very excited about leaving Brazil and it was BAAAM . Argentina treats us royally so far and the first family who hosted us thaught ...

    Iguassu Falls

    A travel blog entry by beaky on May 18, 2014

    15 photos

    ... first saw
    these falls she simply said "Poor Niagara" - we think we agree with

    Another 7am start the next day as we drove over the border into Argentina to see the falls from the other side.

    After the awe factor of yesterday we weren't sure today would be able to live up to it. Catching a small train through the park we then walked out across the river on a gangway suspended above the water and Cayman below, untill ...

    Rainbows, Butterflies and Iguazu Falls = Happy Kim

    A travel blog entry by keithandkim on Apr 23, 2014

    51 photos

    ... there was no one else in the complex, he showed us to the large apartment style loft above his residence. The place was quite old and run down, but typical of small town Argentina. We settled our things before heading into town for some exploring.

    Puerto Iguazu is a very small town, even with the tourist draw of the impressive Iguazu falls, this sleepy little town has stayed grounded and kept its traditional roots, minus the obvious touristy souvenir ...

    How to say "Oi" (Day 27 to 32)

    A travel blog entry by nayanjli on Mar 19, 2014

    2 comments, 39 photos

    ... a conversation. If you did, I think you'd either be ignored, frowned at or even worse. When we got to Brazil however, we heard "oi" being used all the time! People used it to start conversations with family, friends and even randoms. It was the common way, rather than saying "hola", as we had expected. In fact, you'd get more of a response with "oi"! Our tour guide told us to start using this...being the well-mannered Brits that we are, we found it quite ...

    Let's get wet!!!!

    A travel blog entry by ozandbackagain on Feb 19, 2014

    3 photos

    ... 3 plates full and went a little more adventurous with cheese and ham too!! He was rather special and put coffee in his tea rather than hot water!!!! Not quite awake I feel!! The bus was running on South American time and was 20 mins late! After last nights cancelation though we were a little concerned about it not appearing but little dude with no English just appeared in reception and yelled Allen!! Good job I'm used to that from work!! ...