Dom Pedro I Palace Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... lizards and raccoons. At the end of the path there was a walkway out over the falls so we got in our wet weather gear and joined the horde of school kids out there. The noise was horrendous, not to mention the water spray. Margot had a huge poncho which kept her pretty dry. My raincoat came to just below my bum so that bit was dry but my pants were sopping. I squeezed as much water out of the legs as I could while still wearing them and after going up to a lookout in a lift, ...
... I then went to the communal fridge and took a pack of chillies and proceeded to shove them in people's mouths who were sat around the table. Wow they were hot. Me an Harrison decided it would be a good idea to walk around the outside area of the hostel for half an hour talking. Probably about food knowing me and my drunken stomach. Nothing more really to report of the evening (mainly because I was drunk and the rest is a ...
... the edge... It is like the epicentre of an earthquake, a vortex, a black hole (you seriously would never get out of it alive), the perfect storm which battered and threw George Clooney all over his boat.... Yeah, you get my drift. It just blows your mind. SO. MUCH. WATER... And moving so fast too. Think of the largest waterfall you have ever seen and times it by a million... INSANE. The sheer amount of spray that rises out of these falls ...
... We are returned to base and a chance to change and dry off in the sunshine (typically this time of year they have a sheen of ice to clear off their windscreens today its 29 degrees! Back on the bus and we hop off at the hotel to get the first land view of the falls, truly amazing!
As we wander along a family of Quatis come looking for food, they are used to people and try and nose into peoples ...
... around with their emergency lights flashing and you happen to be the illegal vehicle in their path.
The entire area is now a huge tourist site. We do not remember it being this big 17 years ago, and upon entering the Iguazu National Park, we realize much has changed. The park offers many more things to do. It is a great family park.
I thought we would get wet and would want a change of ...