Gran Hotel Tourbillon
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... spectacular views of the falls yet, which for me put Argentina above Brazil. You could see the whole side of the water just tumbling over the rocky edge. It was well worth the walk especially because the sun came out again just as we were at the prime spot. Photos can't do this place justice. It is so powerful.
When we finished what could be described as a rushed tour we arrived at the train station and missed the train by a minute. We ran ...
... that this is a country split by the World Cup, in one sense this country loves the beautiful game more than any, on the other side, it is a country where many people live in extreme hardship and simply spending millions of dollars for a 4 week football tournament seems an injustice to big to take. We hoped between Ipanema and Copacabana beach, Lapa for some late night samba dancing, the Cristo of course which was even more impressive from up close. The city is dripping ...
... welcomed by 100’s of butterflies of many different colours. We walked the catwalks over to the falls, probably almost a kilometre in length and suspended above the river leading to the falls. The butterflies were everywhere, landing on your hands, face, bag, etc. With glee Kim skipped down the boardwalk in butterfly heaven. As we rounded one of the bends we saw a startling sight, there was a rather large River crocodile below the platform, which seemed very strange for ...
... to wait out another hour before our ride to the Brazillian border arrived. When we got in the car this other passenger questioned us pretty rudely about speaking español or Portuguese. What a dick. We got to border and crossed easily enough. WOHOO - we were in Brazil and already we could see a difference. First of the Brazillian side of the falls was more modern and city like even ...
... What an incredible experience. We were well and truly soaked. After some chants of 'autre, autre' and 'uno mas, uno mas', we were back at the dock, wringing our clothes out. After completing the final trail and feeling a bit 'waterfalled' out (as Anj put it), we headed back to the hostel to make some pasta (again!) and finish our previous blog entry.
We now have literally hundreds of waterfall pics from every different angle imaginable - we've attached ...