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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 …
... which was accessible by elevator, that took us higher up for panoramic views of the falls. Absolutely incredible! Iguazu is an absolute must not miss if you are in Argentina or Brazil! Make the effort.
We caught a bus back to the central bus station of Foz do Iguacu and boarded a bus to Ciudad del Este where we had to cross another border to get into Paraguay. Three countries in a day, again, don't mind if I do! The ...
... monuments and artistic intrigue. We made it to Santa Teresa with its crumbling mansions now housed by artists and their workshops creating a bohemian ambiance. We walked down the Escadaria Selaro where a Chilean artist covered the steps between Santa Teresa and Lapa in tiles from over 120 countries from all over the world. He then doused himself in kerosene and set himself on fire, according to the courts findings, however there were rumors that his assistant ...
... provides c.80% of Paraguay's electricity and 25% of Brazil's) and then we joined a free tour (in Spanish) around the site. After taking a few snaps we were keen to make our way back, knowing that we would need to get our exit Paraguay stamp from immigration and entry stamp back into Argentina (yes, a total of 4 stamps today and that was excluding going via Brazil - 3 countries in one day!). We were told Paraguay was a bit dirty and not really worth seeing ...
... a prop, et quedes massa molla i això ja no m’agrada tant. Però això és el que vam fer: Vam anar en una barca ràpida ben be a sota d’una de les cataractes i vam quedar ben xops. Va ser molt guai i a més, així ja tens la dutxa del dia.
Ens vam divertir molt mirant quantes famílies argentines portaven els termos d'aigua a punt per preparar-se el mate. ...
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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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