Foz Presidente I Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... traveling all the way from Wales) to minimal damp, funky smelling effect. That night we head to a BBQ g style, phenomenal! Unlimited caipirinhas that are unfortunately not the greatest plus some melt in the mouth churrasco beef and chorizo and chicken with 800 salads. Charlotte is well happy. I develop diabetes and drink 9 cups of water while most of the group get sloshed! They play some absolutely banging tunes and we ever, shock, horror, mingle with another g ...
... has dried that I'd hung out two days earlier! Had a shower and finished packing then tried to find hostel. Ran out of time so ended up booking America del sur hostel. Then left got ice cream on way to bus. Really did cent company cruzero del Norte - watched silly western comedy film and then the chef. Finally a bus where the headphone port worked! Then slept, they gave you really decent big blanket and proper sized pillow. And after the wine we got champagne ...
... in itself. Coatimundis roam through the outdoor seating area and actually attack people's meals and backpacks. The astounding thing was that many people were feeding and petting them! There were many signs throughout the park warning people about the coatis but obviously people didn't read them. . . . We walked along the Lower Trail to see the falls and they are truly magnificant. Truly breathtaking! After leaving the falls we happened upon a ...
... of the falls and I found a nice spot on the balcony with a rum and coke (Cuba libres). It was lovely to sit in the middle of a jungle on the balcony of a beautiful grand old building and view the falls - amazing.
In the wet season there can be some 270 waterfalls and 150 minimum during dry days. The falling area is 2,700 square metres and the water volume flow reaches 6,500 cubic metres per second during flood season. ...
... the well of Argentine Pesos or US dollars was approved for payment. Now it was time queue again. It pulled up in rapid succession buses, with which the tourists were taken to the start of the footpath to the falls.
We noticed that the Brazilians had more idea of logistics than their Argentine counterparts. Although more complicated than it is to make the Argentines hardly possible. ********* the road we saw that there are also here coatis, who had it ...