Harbor Hotel Colonial & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Desallotjarem l’hotel de Paraty i agafarem un altre Transfer per anar a l’aeroport de Santos Dumont (Rio de Janeiro). Des d'allà agafarem un avió amb destí a Foz de Iguaçu. Arribarem a les 14.00 h a l’aeroport de Foz de Iguaçu. El vol durarà 2 hores. Un cop allà ens traslladarem a l’hotel Harbor Colonial. Dinar a l …
... said 1100 will be good to go. So I went back to the hostel and we waited and packed what we could before returning and picking it all up, with some still wet at 1100. We hung out the wet clothes on the line on the hostel roof, checked out and put our bags into storage. We walked up to the bus stop on the corner, waited for 20mins or so before hopping onto a bus to the Brazilian Iguazu side for 3 reais each and arrived at 1300. We paid the 54reais ...
... which was unfortunately full. But our trusty iOverland App came to the rescue again along with some cryptic signage leading us to a beautiful campsite right on the river with a view to Paraguay. The next morning we wasted no time and made a bee line straight to the Iguazu Falls, which was a 15 minute drive out of town. We were visiting the falls from the Argentinean side. There was a huge number of people and we joined the masses walking to see the falls along the numerous ...
... He speaks some english and wants the best of services for his guests. So he invites us for dinner in the camping restaurant that is otherwise completely empty. Two couples, a Swiss couple with a little dog and a VW camper van and an artistic Brazilian couple with two lovely little girls are the other camping guests, but they have gone out for dinner in town. We were introduced to the Swiss couple by John, when we arrived. They have been on the road for six months, came ...
... Falls are the biggest falls in South America and are one and a half times the height of Niagara. There are 275 falls total, stretching over nearly three km. Garanta del Diablo crashes 74 meters over a horseshoe-shaped precipice onto basalt rocks below. The falls lie on the border between Argentina and Brazil, marked by the Rio Iguazu (Big Water in the native tongue.) Most of the falls lie in Argentina, but the Brazilian side has some very nice views, but ...