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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... back to Brazil then into Argentina to see the falls from the Argentina side, Guys can't believe we 5 hours looking st waterfalls ... Wow and the Argentina side is massively more impressive than the Brazilian side however you go have to go through customs and get your passport stamped to get there. Cost of taxi return was 30 quid to get in 15 quid and worth every penny Yea on hotel .... ...
... to me the next day, I had 11 Caipis in the space of one hour and apparently the bar man serving me was being very generous with his measures - creep. Thanks god we have our little family now to ensure I was looked after. We also had a Brazilian new recruit who made me down sugar water to sober me up. As I say, I don't remember. When I started to regain sober consciousness the ride to Argentina was horrific. I was in the airplane recovery position ...
... very happy with everything. Breakfast on the following morning is nothing less than spectacular, and no way can we eat everything on the table.
Our Raison d'être to be here is of course Iguaçu Falls, so the following day we take the local bus to the national park. The weather is perfect, a little cooler than Rio and sunny. The falls are at their best The park is very well organized with open-top double-decker buses shuttling us from one part of the park to another.
... side of the falls. It was gorgeous. All of my pictures are on my camera because the spray was immense. We walked from one side of the Iguassu river to the other to the biggest falls which were called devil's throat. The river is so freakin wide! There are waterfalls everywhere. We saw a toucan and monkeys, terrapins and coatis. In the afternoon we went ...
... vehicle. Oh yeah, the same vehicle that we wandered into Argentina with. Yeesh.
Well, we made one last call, this being the day before departure, to a dear friend here. He swore us to secrecy. He said he would deny that he ever talked with us, or knew us. (Strange that we hear that so often. Surely couldn't be us...) He said he had gone to the falls and had not been stopped. That is all we needed.