Hotel Lanville Athenee
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Lanville Athenee Foz de Iguacu
Pleasant enough hotel, but unfortunately has no English speaking staff so it was difficult getting answers to queries. Wifi only worked in the reception area, despite being advertised as 'in all areas'. Breakfast was appalling - unless you enjoy five varieties of cake for breakfast. Geared mostly for Brazilians. My most disappointing hotel during this South America holiday.
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After picking up some gifts for Harry and my girls, I wandered to the other side of the road from the National Park, paid my 28 Reias ($13.50 AUD) and entered the bird park – Parque das Arves. This park is a conservation project with a number of roles – rescuing birds from trafficking or injury, breeding new generations of species to …
My hotel in Foz do Iguaçu is easy to find, on a bus route from the airport - a nice big room with a door that sticks and a view of the pool's thatched roof cocktail bar that I was looking forward to trying. Not a chance, it's winter here.
Next morning I am on a bus to the Brasil side of the falls. It is turning out a warm sunny day and I'm …
... people in the Resturant. He told us there were 2 menu items so we ordered one of each and the meals (though simple) felt like home cooked solid food. It was delicious and nice to have a simple meal after all this time. Kathy and I had a couple of glasses of wine and the night turned out to be really fantastic!! After dinner, we headed back to the hostel and had a cheeky beer and chatted to some Aussies from Brisbane. Seriously, Australians ...
... Sidney. Much to Junior Lewis's delight, the place in question was a rodisio with a set price, buffet and all the meat that you can stomach brought to your table. In the case of this rodisio, the meat (mainly beef but also chicken and sausage) was dished out at a rapid rate. Going to the toilet would probably have cost you five helpings. None of this deterred us though and Junior Lewis in particular kept up with the waiters. He probably ate the ...
... IIt wasn't all bad. We used the time to make two new friends from Seattle: Seth and Tana. They have been touring all of South America by car and recently sold it, leaving them hostage to the same bus ride as us. Finally we arrived at in Iguazu at 8pm the day after leaving Tilcara. Seth and Tana had hostel reservations, and we were exhausted so we just latched on to them hoping we would get accommodation as well. Luckily the lady at the ...