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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Outdoor pool
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... and 70 pesos for the stir fry. The service was good, the restaurant decor was cool and there was an outside seating area too.
We stayed at Marco Polo Inn which is conveniently located directly opposite the bus station and provided beds in 6 person dorm rooms with private bathroom for 180 pesos per person. The breakfast was basic, just bread, jam, cereal and apples along with tea and coffee.
... as many free caipirinhas as you can drink. Fresh out of the pool we grabbed a couple and attended a short talk from the hostel worker about how best to explore the nearby Iguazú Falls, which we were to attend the following day. Iguazú Falls is one of the world's largest and most powerful collections of waterfalls, comprising over 400 seperate cascades. It is also one of Argentina's largest tourist attractions. Therefore we should not have ...
... a night bus now that should be about 17 hours in total, heading to Florianopolis. I’ve met a very nice Canadian couple who are heading the same way, and have a very similar itinerary after Florianopolis too. It’s always nice to know other travelers on the way, and Graeme and Hillary seem very nice. Now hopefully I’ll be able to get a few hours sleep on the bus tomorrow, and then can catch up tomorrow when I get to the ...
It took three bus journeys lasting a total of twenty four hours but we finally made it to Puerto Iguazu in Argentina, crossing over the border at Salto where we finally saw some gauchos. Our six day detour through Uruguay had worked out perfectly and with the exception of Montevideo we were really impressed with this progressive country; just no more dulce de leche please. The further north we travelled ...
... with pretty much anyone, sometimes they don’t even mind that you don’t understand. They say they live for now, not the future and not the past.