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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the heavens opened over the airport.
Our flight was delayed although it was probably nothing to do with the rain, it had eased off and all the other flights were still going. The flight eventually boarded and we left a rain in Buenos Aires behind for the sweltering heat of the jungle.
We had hoped that we might get a sneak preview of the Iguazú Falls from the plane as we approached the airport but jungle trees kept it hidden, all we could ...
Buenos Aires to Iguaçu Falls...
After leaving Patagonia officially once crossing the Colorado River soon after leaving Puerto Madryn, we had our sights set on the big city- BA! It was a 1 ½ day drive that went surprisingly quick considering how excited we all were to arrive! Our first afternoon we walked around some of the shops until check in and then we walked down to the harbour in the Puerto Madero district to have a bottle of wine by the river and soaking ...
... time I realised that loads in trucks do not get the same sort of travel comforts as truck drivers in cabins up front. We watched the driver in envy as we travelled the amazing roads of Puerto Iguassu as the cabin bounced gently on its suspension, whilst the 16 or so people in the back were the shock absorbers for the rear axles. Some of these side roads are made with flag stones and therefore speed humps are rendered entirely useless. A wheeled ...
... else but within 20km of the Igauzu falls this would be a truly huge tourist attraction. It was the largest and most powerful waterfall I had ever seen and rainbows danced over the water as it fell. The viewing platforms are all high on the gorge with no access to the lower part, however we could see a local fisherman a little down the river and assumed there must be a path down there. We wandered back down the road a little until we saw a way under the ...
We took the bus to downtown okay but failed to understand the timetable correctly to the Itipu Dam, resulting in a bit of a wait... Once we got there we went on the Special Tour", which I found really interesting! The dam is so huge it's unbelievable! The depth of the resisvoir reaches 180 meters next to the dam. The dam is 8 km long and has 20 turbines that provides ...