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 ... …
... it to the front, we were told there was only one place left on the bus. Fortunately, they quickly decided to put another bus so we managed to save 100 pesos. A taxi would have cost us 220 pesos (about $18), which seemed quite steep for a 15 minute journey.
When we arrived at Kerana Oga, we were told that there was an overbooking and we were offered a different room for tonight and would have to change to room we'd book tomorrow. They immediately ...
... sights of the city. One of the biggest cities in South America and certainly the biggest one we have come across on the trip so far, without all the people speaking Spanish you would never tell you were in South America with all the skyscrapers taking over the skyline and the few historical buildings left. That night we went for a very traditional South American meal- joking we went to an Irish Pub! Our second day we enjoyed a much deserved sleep in before going to get ...
... fumes and all - see comment above re lorry loads versus lorry drivers!). The wind in the hair and face was a relief from the quite warm day we were experiencing despite it only being 8:00am.
We made our way into a military reserve area were photos were banned as we passed through an army checkpoint. Off in the distance across the Parana River we could see the agricultural fields of Paraguay. I expect that the area we were entering was no ...
... stood there and watched it for ages. We were so lucky to see this amazing waterfall and couldn’t believe that there weren’t more tourists. That’s just Paraguay all over there’s no tourists here at all. There’s a few Brazilians & Argies here to shop but no-one else. We really feel like we have experienced a real South American country that hasn’t been touched by tourism at all.For lunch we went to one of the ...