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- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- Outdoor pool
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... a wild toucan in the canopy. We managed to get a decent (albeit very sweaty) photograph of us for our Christmas postcard before tiredness set in and we returned to Puerto Iguazu via a Mexican restaurant with complimentary tequila. We spent that night in the town before continuing the next day onward to Paraguay, but we had seen what we had travelled a long distance to visit and it had completely blown us ...
... a wet and still somewhat distant view of the devil's throat (the biggest chute). It was fantastic and very powerful with lots of volume of water, and while I didn't get as wet as on the boat, it was surprisingly refreshing! Headed from there straight to the airport and back to BA for another dinner with friends from the Patagonia tour, fantastic restaurant in Palmero followed by some drinks. We all got to bed around 3:30, finally in sync with the Argentinian ...
... and it is here the falls sit, meaning there are 2 national parks to visit, and 2 entry fees to pay! On the Saturday we took in the Brazilian side, the highlight of which was walking along a man-made boardwalk constructed across a middle tier of the Gargantua del Diablo. The sheer quantity of spray and wind produced from the falls nearby meant you got very soggy very quickly; actually ...
... in its construction.
... by having to disembark a few times for border controls. But we made it to Foz du Icagu, the city beside he falls. It was a lot bigger than the town in Argentina which just looked to be set up for tourists going to the waterfalls. By the time we made it to the national park it was 2pm and stupidly hot at that time of the day, no wonder everyone choses to go there in the morning. There is less to do on the Brazilian side so we only needed a few hours. We did the main ...