Dom Pedro I Palace Hotel

Rodovia das Cataratas - Km 3, Foz de Iguacu, State of Parana, Brazil | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Rodovia das Cataratas - Km 3, Foz de Iguacu, is near Parque Das Aves, Bird Park, Rafain Churrascaria Show, and Marco das Tres Fronteiras.
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    Travel Blogs from Foz de Iguacu

    Foz do Iguacu, Brazil

    A travel blog entry by my.scuba.tank on Jul 16, 2014

    ... which isn't gonna get us there in less than 45mins. I'm sure many of them didn't realise that the elevator isn't the only way to get there. Don't take the elevator, walk! Keep in mind it is a National Park so help keep the park clean and green. We had to tell someone off for throwing his cigarette butt on the trail next to the falls viewpoint and make him throw it in the bin, which is just next to where he threw it. He wasn't even supposed to be smoking there. Respect Nature. ...

    Iguaçu Falls, Brazil Side - My OMG Moment

    A travel blog entry by my.vagabond.way on Jun 08, 2014

    24 photos

    ... and considering their next move.

    I chatted to another Aussie woman in front of the restaurant area at a photo viewpoint just beside this raging river, where everyone captured photos of this strange phenomenon of a river flowing past that was actually two metres higher than where we were standing! The force of the flow was so strong that the water just stayed on its river coarse - if anything had interfered with this (like a strong tree), and the flow changed direction - ...

    Week 10: São Paulo & Iguaçu Falls, B

    A travel blog entry by mitchandsally on Jun 08, 2014

    42 photos

    ... Once in the national park we walked the 1.2km falls trail, stopping many times along the way at each of the lookouts with great views of the 200 odd waterfalls, on our way down to the big mumma, the Devil's Throat. At the Devil's Throat waterfall we were able to take the walkway out into the middle of the river, a very wet and windy walk from the sheer force of the waterfall, for much closer views. We were also able to stand on a ...

    Nuts about Brazil

    A travel blog entry by tomandlotus on Jun 03, 2014

    53 photos

    ... the Portuguese entered the land today known as Brazil. The reason why Brazil is so big? It was sparsely populated and so the Portuguese kept going inland to capture natives to use as slaves. Eventually they decided it was more lucrative to ship slaves from west Africa thus shipping in the mid 16 century and by the time slavery was abolished, 4 million souls had been imported into slavery. Rio is extremely beautiful and also, well, very expensive, especially during ...

    60. A long way to Foz!

    A travel blog entry by kesvic2013 on May 15, 2014

    1 comment

    We arrived super early in Foz do Iguaçu and hopped straight in a minibus with some other hostel guests to the Argentinian side of the falls. The journey usually requires four buses as you have to cross the border so the minibus was a good option. Although the driver did joke that it was the first time he'd driven a car which made us a bit nervous. The falls on the Argentinian side were phenomenal. The amount of water was insane. They say the Argentinian side is the closer ...