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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... wasn't great, being a Sunday and in the middle of the local summer holiday, so the queuing was pretty horrendous & we probably wasted an hour and a half there. Our guide had not advised us that the walk to the second station would only take 15 minutes, which we learned for ourselves on the way down. When we did arrive we took a long walk on metal walkways until we reached the ...
... and as we approached one of the mighty falls situated in the heart of what is known as 'The Devils Throat' he opened her up again and we skirted right beneath the falls, narrowly missing the heavy water falling, which I am certain would put your neck out, if not do some permanent damage. The ************* my body, head and face stung like a swarm of hornets and I had to put my hands up to guard myself. All the while I simply couldn't stop laughing, partly in ...
... Foz do, po Iguazu itself does not have any sights and it is a pretty box standard town, but we like the quietness in comparison to Sao Paulo. Also an interesting point is that is very close to the point where Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay borders meet. In fact each country has a town on their side of the boarder, which are only separated by river and are very close to one another. So it is easy enough to station yourself in one of these town and just do day trips ...
... way he explained a lot of information and took us to the start point. When you see all those tour buses you realize that this is the way to go...
As Ed took us through the National Park to the start point he was continually giving us information...We first made a stop at the Hotel das Cataratas (Cluadia, does that bring back memories?)...after walking the grounds we proceeded to the ...
... meters or 62,010 cubic feet per second.
On the Brazilian side, for the most part, we were looking across to the expansive falls. We were, however, able to take a walkway that led us very close to the Devil's Throat and just under a huge, roaring segment of the falls. Exhilarated and fairly drenched, we took the bus back to he hotel, got a bite to eat at a very tacky buffet in the supermarket across the street from the hotel, then packed and got ...