Encarnacion Resort Hotel

Address: Ruta 1 Kilometre 361, Encarnacion, 6000, Paraguay | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Ruta 1 Kilometre 361, Encarnacion.
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Travel Blogs from Encarnacion

Encarnation & Ciudad del Este

A travel blog entry by adamclairewebs on Jan 06, 2015

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After a superb overnight bus from Buenos Aires (think first class flight standard-flat beds, movies & three-course meal!), we awoke refreshed and ready to cross the border into Paraguay, which the guide book summarised as land-locked and poor. Arriving at 8am, the first thing we noticed was the heat and humidity - Buenos Aires had been generally warm and fresh, good tourist weather. Encarnacion, our first stop in Paraguay, was tropical and felt like a return to the jungle. Being ...

Hot Sunny Day

A travel blog entry by ontyfrench on Nov 24, 2014

... what do I had allowed to buy a beer? Only Budwesier or Corona. Obviously, only selling the international beer during the hourly. A little bit pricey for a Budweiser.

Returned to to the hotel, to avoid the sunny. I has really burning skins! Not really want to continue walking in the area. Here have an Air Conditioning, what an incredible relaxing here at the early evening...

Feel the yesterday

A travel blog entry by vickiponce on Sep 15, 2014

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... Jesus and Trinidad. We managed to get up early and catch a bus going that way. We were dropped off on the side of a road, with just the general direction of a ruin pointed out to us. After a twenty minute walk through a completely deserted village, save for a few mangy dogs, we found the entrance to the Trinidad ruins, complete with an empty tourist information centre and a sleepy receptionist and the great slogan, 'feel the yesterday'. We paid the entrance fee of a couple ...

Crazy weather, Samba and wonderful sunset

A travel blog entry by zoeandluke on Sep 02, 2014

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... electrical goods were pretty much all Arabian and mostly from the Lebanon. We have no idea why so many Lebanese people had settled on the border of Paraguay and Argentina but traders have to go where the work and demand is. We bought the earphones and then asked if there was a barbers around as I was starting to look like bedraggled with too much hair and an ever growing beard. He said he was going and would drive us there but he had to stop at his ...

The prettiest city in Paraguay

A travel blog entry by zoeandluke on Sep 01, 2014

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... the most famous ruins and tourists sights and there’s no-one here. It feels like we have found somewhere off the normal tourist route which is always nice.

All people in paraguay walk around with a flask and a cup with a special straw for their iced tea. They put different herbs in the huge flasks with iced water and then drink it all day. Its so funny seeing absolutely everyone walking around with their flasks and ...