Foz Presidente I Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Boa tarde from Iguassu airport. Having spent our first two nights in Iguassu, we were royally spoiled by staying at Hotel Das Cataratas inside the national park, with tremendous views of the falls and access to before and after hours at the park, avoiding the thousands of day tourists. We were able to catch an earlier flight than ...
... so David stripped down to his boxers and Maria relied on poncho wrapped round waist to keep her shorts dry.
The boat went up the Brazilian side of the river to give us an up close look at Salto Tres Mosqueteros. There was a lot of spray blowing off which was nice because it cooled us down from the heat of the midday sun. Being so close to the bottom of one of the largest waterfalls gave us a whole new perspective to the height and the amount of water ...
... us with only a carry on bag. The owner of the guesthouse Catarino offered to drop us off at the bus station so that was really nice of him, saved us walking. The bus left at 2.30pm and took 6.5 hours to get to Dourados then we swapped buses to Foz. We had to wait at the station for over an hour until our next bus arrived which was annoying but meant we didn't get in really early the next ...
... some of our USD to pesos at the "blue rate" which we gather can be anything from 11 to 13 pesos to the dollar in Iguazu and a bit more in BA. The official rate is only 8.3. After walking around for a while without success in finding the place that Gus recommended, I go into a clothes shop to ask and the owner offers to exchange it himself at rate of 13.5. We are very happy with that. Apparently many Argentinians want to get hold of USD as a ...
... was not pleasant. That whole area is where people from Argentina and Brazil go to get cheap electronics, as there is over 30% tax on those items in their countries. We decided to leave after a couple of hours and breathed a sigh of relief on getting back to Brazil. I don't for a second judge Paraguay on that piece of it, but it's not a great example for the country.
That evening it was back to the bus station for a 12 hour bus to Campo Grande in Mato Grosso do Sul, for my next stop in ...