Falls Galli Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... The second white man was from Italy in 1822. The falls are 2.7 km in width and are 84 m high at the longest drop. With a total of 275 drops Iguazu is longer than Victoria Falls and higher than Niagara and they form a natural border between Argentina and Brazil and the river of Paraguay. The Falls have been voted one of the new seven wonders of the world. Iguazu actually has two new wonders - the other one is a hydro electric power plant!! The falls and ...
... The Devil's Throat", a huge semi circular waterfall plunging into a narrow ravine below, we really began to appreciate this spectacular feature.
The Falls of the Iguazu River (Iguazu meaning "big waters" in the local indigenous Guarani language) tumble out of the jungle in a wide basaltic rock canyon forming up to 270 separate waterfalls - the number varying according to the season. The fall area is 2,700 sq.m and the flow reaches 6,500 cubic ...
... I have a visa to go to Brazil, but staying on the wrong side meant a lot of back and forth through customs (over three days I racked up four Brazilian entry stamps). It made things more time consuming, but at least I was prepared with my visa and reciprocity fee paid (it costs you $160 USD to visit Argentina, but once you pay, it is good for 10 years).
The falls themselves were beautiful, ...
Another early start just to sit in the airport and wait. This is necessary in case there are any problems, however we are getting tired of airports. When we arrived at Iguazo Falls (Foz do Iguaco) we were whisked off to the Parque de Aves or bird park. This is an amazing park with many South American birds most especially the toucan. What a cute curious bird that ...
... have only just reopened to the public as the paths were damaged by a massive flood in May this year. Instead of 2000 there were 18 000 cubic meters per second over the falls and many paths were washed away.
We had a lunch of empanadas - bit like small pasties filled with corn, meat, chicken or spinach. Very tasty. Beer cost the same as water!!
We then went on a jungle ride which showed us the density of the jungle ...