Hostel El Shaddai
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... the money to go up. Soon it was back to the hotel and I've never been more excited to have a hot shower. We headed out to dinner at 7:30 to a local BBQ restaurant and once again the food was excellent, can't fault it. Some people wanted to head out for a few quiet drinks, but all I wanted to do was go back to the hotel and go to bed. We have to be up and out of the hotel at 3am as we have to get a flight to Curitiba, then have a 5 hour layover, before going onwards to ...
... in the driverīs seat, about to head off with the children in the back. This is the real worry for families of Sao Paulo: kidnapping and ransom. My friend grabbed the door and told the thief to take the car but he was not having the children. A tense standoff followed, but the children were allowed out, and moments later, the car was gone, never to be seen again. As car insurance is prohibitively expensive due to these attacks, that was a $40,000 loss the family could ...
... we had to wake up at 7 am. We made a bit like chinese-tourists in Lucerne, on the way to the Airport, we visited quickly the Brazilian side of Iguazu. We were at 8 am the first in the park, even before the rangers came... as the park starts at 9. So we had a very nice and quite time in the park without a lot of people. After 3 hours the taxidriver picked us up to the airport on our further destination to Rio de ...
... shower which on a warm day is ace but not so much on a cold day!
The next day we took a day trip to the Argentinian side of the falls. The forecast was looking bad but we took a chance and was rewarded with decent weather the whole day.
The waterfalls were breathtaking. Far bigger than anything I could ever have imagined and you could walk on purposefully built platforms really close to the falls. At Devils throat, a place quite high at the ...
... Falls. We arrived on the Argentinian side of the falls and were collected and bussed into the Brazilian side and the National Park. Our hotel, Das Cataratas is a beautiful building built in the twenties and with a fabulous view of the falls. It is a 5 star hotel, but the bar and restaurant prices reflect that so it is expensive to eat there and there is nowhere else within walking distance. On the first night we had dinner in the bar which wasn't too bad.
TravelPod Member ReviewsHostel El Shaddai Foz de Iguacu
Good place, cheap and good brekkie
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