Green House Hostel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Outdoor pool
- Multilingual staff
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGreen House Hostel Foz de Iguacu
Great place with an extremely laid back, helpful and fun staff. The onsite restaurant is excellent for pizzas and salads (though the menu is larger, this is what we sampled). The breakfast is large and great. The coffee is phenomenal. ' The area encourages a communal atmosphere with all the guests eating and drinking at the bar together. The place is a bit old and could use some updates and repairs, but otherwise, and excellent experience.
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Travel Blogs from Foz de Iguacu
Our primary purpose in travelling to Foz de Iguazu was to visit Iguazu Falls. When we woke up to a lovely spread consisting of GOOD Brazilian coffee, fruits, cakes, breads, cereals, the works, we were ready for the day. First off, Jonathan and I headed out for a morning walk with the purpose of finding a casa de …
... I was totally chilled to the core but it was worth it. The main tourist attraction of Iguaçu, the devil's throat, is actually closed at the moment because in the last few weeks the reached the highest water flow ever recorded and it washed away the walkways. Usually the water flow is something like 1200 metres per second, and it reached over 40,000 metres per second! The water level is still quite high, and the water a brown/reddy colour from the aluminum ...
... the first to leave in the early afternoon as he headed back to the Brazilian side before a flight to São Paulo in the morning. We thanked him for his company over an enjoyable fortnight (Junior Lewis especially as they'd struck up something of a bond) and wished him well for his trip back home via Casablanca. Meanwhile, Jamie and Matt got the shortest taxi drive in living memory (apparently to avoid the rain) and we also bid them farewell ahead of ...
... from where they had come.
We even saw from the plane coming in the spray rising hundreds of metres in the air.
We had been carrying around different coloured ponchos that we bought in Peru to use on the Machu Picchu trek. But it never rained on that trek and so our chance to wear them came at the ...
... have liked to have gone over to the Brazilian side too, which offers a better paranomic, full frontal view of the falls, however it wasn't worth paying the reciprocity fee that Australians need to just to enter Brazil just for a few hours. The Argentinian side kept us more than entertained and amazed for 2 days!