Dom Pedro I Palace Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Heated pool
- Breakfast Available
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... of. From Montevideo our first stop was Aguas Corrientes, a small agriculture town where some friends of our are staying for the winter. After several days in montevideo the peace and tranquility of a small town were a breath of fresh air. We enjoyed a wonderful parrilla, local wine, and excellent company. We extend our deepest thanks and well wishes to Luca, and Loraina. Our next planned major stop was Los Esteros De Iberá, a massive park comprised ...
... Throat walkway where you walk out along the metal bridges out into the falls above some of the drop off points and past massive areas of water flowing and roaring away. We got drenched. It was windy and the mist was so strong it was like it was raining. It was phenomenal. We got incredible views from being so close to falls and were blown away with how awesome it was to be in that spot. Way better than the Argentina side. We had some fun taking ...
... tails, get their share of the pudding by attacking tourists who carry food or sit at tables eating. Les is one of the victims as a mother Coaty sends her kids out to distract him and then when he lets his guards down attacks his empanada fiercely from under the table, scratching and cutting him seriously with her nails sharp as raisors, until blood flows from his arms, hands and legs. The attack being unsuccesful the animals disappear into the ...
We eventually made our way up to north eastern Argentina to visit the famous Iguazu waterfalls which have been voted 1 of the 7 natural wonders of the world. What makes these waterfalls so amazing is that they can be seen from not only Argentina, but Brazil and Paraguay too. We were keen to see them from as many angles as possible and so we did a day on the Brazilian side and a day on the Argentinian side too. Sorry Paraguay, next time!
First of all, we got stamped out ...
... length of my leg in the river :O We spent a good few hours wondering around a shop with huge quantities of precious stone sculptures, jewellery and all imaginable things that can be made out of precious stones. Apparently Brazil has a lot of mines in the central and southern regions which is why they are so plentiful (and compared to the UK very cheap!). All in all, it was an adventurous few days! :) Love from Lene ...