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 …
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There is not much else to do in the surrounding area. Sure there are some animal sanctuaries and indigenous tours, but nothing I really wanted to spend the money on. I did take a very long walk to see the area where Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay meet and share a common border via the Parana and Iguazu rivers. Nothing euphoric, but interesting to see. While I was there I saw a water ...
We woke up to find that stu had come back safe and sound! I was up early enough to grab some breakfast because I knew no one else would rise until at least 12 pm - lazy buggers! The breakfast at Tetris was brilliant! There was a wide variety of fruit such as melon and bananas and also an equally varied range of teas. There was also a different delicious looking cake and toasted sandwich ingredients each day but my will power remained strong and I resisted any. The ...
... AND they were even throwing in some nachos and tequila for free... Errrr, HOLA AMIGO. We'd sat down so fast, before you could even shout out "SOMBRERO". Oh yeah, they also had sombreros for us to wear too... Ooooo, the excitement! The food was tasty and we ended up staying there the whole evening as they had some live music come on too, a man with his guitar... And a beautiful, soothing voice. AY CARUMBA! We had so much fun, we went back there the ...
... a camera trap made us appreciate these amazing images all the more.
Having seen the Brazillian side of the falls and been well and truly blown away by just how magnificent they were we needed to see the Argentinian side for ourselves. After speaking to the tour guide at the hostel we worked out that to get to the Argentinian side we just needed space for a stamp into and then out of Argentina, we are not stamped out or back into Brazil, so armed with ...