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 ... …
... was jam-packed with people selfying themselves. It was dramatic but we did question the effort. Fortunately the two lower viewing paths on offer were much less populated and provided us with the stunning views we had hoped for. At its height the water drops 82 metres & the falls are semicircular in shape and very very wide. Most of the water comes from rainfall deposited in ...
... partly because....well, I haven't done anything that 'hectic' since Death Road in Bolivia. On the way back we moved with the current and hit a wave so large it filled the entire boat with water......fantastic! Arriving back on dry land, every inch of me was drenched to the bone.....and boy was I thankful for the change of clothing in my bag. We all made our way meandering along the paths which weave along the ridge, to the main viewing point at The Devils ...
... other countries.
We found a 'per kilo' restaurant for lunch and tested the swimming pool in the hostel. It was tiny btw. but refreshing nonetheless. In the evening we had a free caipirinhas at the hostel and then we set to look for rodizio dinner. Femi was starting to get nervous that he will not get his rodizio while we are still in Brazil, so we had to fix it. We found one and it was good. We paid about £8 each and had unlimited meat brought to our table. ...
... early to be prepared for our morning flight to Puerto Iguassu...the Argentinian side of the Falls.
The weather had improved by the next day and, as soon as we checked into the hotel, we took a taxi to the Falls. I think this side was even more spectacular as, in addition to looking across to the cascades on the Brazil side, there were beautiful, wooden walkways that took us over the tops of the falls where the water was almost still, just before ...