Hotel Foz do Iguacu
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... top of the river bank did not diminish the adventure. After returning to the hotel which is the only one in the national park, Owen headed off to take more photos 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 - ...
... one was at 3pm. I was forced to get a taxi, and it wasn’t going to cost that much more to get the taxi all the way to Puerto Iguazu, so that’s what I did.
It was about a 40 minute ride to get to the Paraguayan border office. They were a bit dubious as to why I just flew in and was already leaving, but I ended up getting through okay. We then had to wait about 45 minutes for the next ferry, and it was a ...
... we thought was a little strange. He then set off and headed for the Brazilian border. When we reached the control point, he parked up, told everyone to stay in their seat and he ran over to the building with our passports. Within minutes he was back on the bus, handing back our passports with an entry stamp for Brazil. Our most efficient border crossing ever!
The bus dropped us off right at the entrance to the Falls and he told us he would be back in the same spot at ...
... the Niagara. I am not able to describe in words what the falls are like. And the photos I took do not do the falls justice, but hopefully give some indication of the falls.
The most famous and magnificent spot was called the Devil's Throat. There was a trail on the Argentinian side that used to lead to that spot. But the big flood in June washed away that trail. From the Brazilian side, we walked onto a bridge/viewpoint where we got drippy wet by the violent water spray from ...
... over the edge so you can look down over the drop. Unfortunately a huge flood had totally destroyed the bridge so this is no longer open which is even more reason to head over to the Brazilian side where you can still do this. Since it was a Saturday, the park was really busy and at times on the trail you had to queue up to get a good view of the falls from the various lookout points. The views on the Brazilian side are different to the Argentinian side because the path ...