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Stories and Tips Parana

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Victoria, a beautiful and nearly unknown tourist destination

Written by Robert Raymond Ingledew on 04 Sep, 2007

I have been dozens of times in Rosario, and had never crossed the river to Victoria. I had no idea of the beautiful sceneries it has. True, it is not Switzerland, nor Iguazu, but the country landscape is really charming. It is only 2 hours…Read More


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Ibera Marshes, the Pantanal of Argentina

Written by Robert Raymond Ingledew on 28 Apr, 2007

I have been only once to the Ibera Marshes, but really enjoyed it. Weather was unusually cold, something rare in Corrientes, but just in case always take a spare sweater, I did not... To reach the Iberá Marshes you must travel on an earth road…Read More


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The beautiful city of Parana (and some information on Santa Fe)

Written by Robert Raymond Ingledew on 04 Sep, 2007

I have visited the city of Paraná many times and have enjoyed every trip. People are very friendly, live relaxed and are ready to help. A taxi driver told me that girls are very friendly to foreigners (maybe they are looking for a good husband...)…Read More


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Up and Down the Parana River

Written by Robert Raymond Ingledew on 03 Sep, 2007

The nicest places in Rosario are near the Paraná river: boating clubs with their marinas, a number of lovely parks, the nicest beaches in Rosario for bathing at La Florida...many fashionable restaurants overlooking the river, the Rosario - Victoria bridge (3 miles long), the islands…Read More


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Restaurant El Jockey, Victoria (Entre Ríos)

Written by Robert Raymond Ingledew on 01 Sep, 2007

Victoria is just across the river from Rosario (one hour or 3 dollars in the bus) and is a delightful city with a beautiful view of the Parana Delta in a very nice panoramic area. I will be writing about this beautiful city soon, and…Read More


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The Cities of Corrientes and Resistencia, and thei

Written by Robert Raymond Ingledew on 26 May, 2007

I have visited the Provinces of Corrientes and Chaco many times, especially for dorado-fishing purposes. The first time I went to that area was in 1970, when I went fishing to the Paraná river at Empedrado, 30 miles south of Corrientes. A…Read More


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How to get around in the Argentine Mesopotamia (Entre Ríos, Corrientes and Misiones)

Written by Robert Raymond Ingledew on 15 May, 2007

In the first place, let me define what we call Mesopotamia in Argentina: the area between the Parana and Uruguay rivers that covers the provinces of Entre Ríos, Corrientes, and Misiones. There are five connections over the Parana River to the rest of Argentina: Zárate…Read More


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The Province of Misiones: Iguazú Falls, Mocona Falls, San Ignacio Jesuit Ruins, the jungle, and more...

Written by Robert Raymond Ingledew on 12 May, 2007

I have already said that the Iguazú Falls steal the show, and have also said a lot about Iguazú in other notes. The Iguazú Falls are charming. They are a mile and a half wide and sometimes carry fourteen thousand cubic meters (tons) of water…Read More


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The cities of Santa Fe and Parana

Written by Robert Raymond Ingledew on 28 Apr, 2007

Santa Fe and Parana cities face each other over the Parana River, and are connected through the Hernandarias tunnel which runs under the river, and is over two miles long. Parana is capital of the Province of Entre Ríos, while Santa Fe is the…Read More


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The city of Concordia and its surrounding area

Written by Robert Raymond Ingledew on 28 Apr, 2007

THE CITY OF CONCORDIA AND ITS SURROUNDING AREA I have gone many times to this beautiful city which has many attractions: The El Palmar National Park (50 miles to the south), where you will see a beautiful palm tree forest, unusual at these latitudes. Probably…Read More


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