Continental Inn Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsContinental Inn Hotel Foz de Iguacu
The hotel accommodation is superb with great service. Very clean and great size rooms with excellent selection for breakfast.
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Travel Blogs from Foz de Iguacu
... up and down the rivers. He can say he waterskied in three different countries in the same day! http://www.infoiguassu.com/en/attractio ns/landmark-three-frontiers.html
A very strange occurrence happened on the last evening in Iguazu. Just before sundown, a terrific wind storm came through with clouds and rain, that then turned into hail as big around as quarters! And it was still in the 90’s outside. So bizarre! ...
... gorgeous today so I was out worshipping the sun right away! Sophie was the next to surface alongside Neill so she joined me too. This was the first day sunbathing in a long time so I made sure to soak up every ray possible! I was that dedicated to catching a tan that I asked the boys to get me some much needed hangover food from the supermarket. The day before me and stu had marinated chicken with JD sauce and also hot sauce so when the boys came back we fired up ...
... for more sombrero fun! A perfect end to a perfect day... well almost apart from the stinging insect!
With slightly heavy heads, we set off the following morning into the town to secure our onward bus ticket to our next destination... The city of Salta in northwest Argentina. The day before at the waterfalls, we had got chatting to a fellow backpacking couple (who were also on the same bus as us when we crossed the Brazilian-Argentine border), who ...
... I attacked Tim’s passport, covered the spaces we needed to preserve and attached two huge yellow ‘stamp here’ post its and hoped for the best.
Once again we were picked up from our hostel and delivered in a luxury minibus across the border and into Argentina, the guide had no problem getting the customs to stamp where we needed and we were in. The weather for our day on the Argentinian side was not quite as bright and sunny as the ...
... side and to be honest, we both much more impressed with the views. And not only that, but the bus ride was much cheaper to the park, as was the entrance fee. Brazil is dominating Argentina for us already. We made our way along the trailway, admiring the views and avoiding all the little coitis animals running around. We took plenty of photos and enjoyed the rainbows forming in the back spray off the falls. The main draw card for the Brazil side is ...