Viale Cataratas Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Só i had another amazing weekend filled with chocolates, alot of water
and irritating taxi drivers :) let me start from the beginning - fer,
ri and I set out to see foz do iguacu , and somewhere in the middle I
realized that this place wAs one of the largest falls in the world
which just made the whole experience so much better ... …
... as many free caipirinhas as you can drink. Fresh out of the pool we grabbed a couple and attended a short talk from the hostel worker about how best to explore the nearby Iguazú Falls, which we were to attend the following day. Iguazú Falls is one of the world's largest and most powerful collections of waterfalls, comprising over 400 seperate cascades. It is also one of Argentina's largest tourist attractions. Therefore we should not have ...
Simply......what an amazing day. A complete different world on the other side of the border.
Early start this morning, we wanted to beat the crowds, a difficult task considering Brazil is one hour in front of Argentina.
We were picked up at 7am and headed for the Tancredo-Neves bridge that connects Argentjna and Brazil over the Iguazu river. Crossing ...
... We were first taken down river of the dam for a Panoramic view of the dam and the powerstation and then we were driven up onto the dam wall itself where we had a fantastic view of the lake created by the dam (about 170km long by 7-12km wide). The next bit of the tour took us down onto the service road behind the dam to the Powerstation itself (halfway down the wall). Here we could look straight up about 80metres to the top of the dam and straight down about 100m ...
... the climate began to feel tropical, with the jungle beginning to creep back into the picture and the humidity rising. Puerto Iguazu is the feeder town to the world class attraction just down the road - the Iguazu Falls, which acts as a natural border between Argentina and Brazil. Having arrived at the town around 8am and for once feeling reasonably fresh from the night bus, we decided to go to ...