Hotel Foz do Iguacu
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- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Kids pool
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... of town it truly frightening. Keep away from them and it's truly fantastic on a massive scale, the animals are just out of this world and the Scenery to die for In the main the people are fantastic, helpful, polite and friendly. They also all want to expand their knowledge of Europe and imp prove their English even last night at the hotel boffay the lady who served is did a little Portuguese English word exchange with us over the main ...
... I was introduced to this evening; the boy can snore. As I cannot sleep properly on buses because I simply cannot get comfortable in confined spaces, this 14 hour journey is not going to be enjoyable. I have however found out that if I jab Harrison hard enough he stops snoring so il be doing that throughout the night. We had one gas station stop off along the way which I was thankful for because although I couldn't sleep, my bottom could. This is my first encounter of ...
... an extra 5.5 pesos to every dollar, which has really ended up saving us a lot of money out here in Argentina. Great tips from our fellow travellers! So feeling rather smug with ourselves (granted Josh did most of the work with all his currency/financial knowledge), we bought our 24-hour (GULP) bus tickets cross-country to Salta, leaving the following morning. With the rest of the afternoon to kill... We had to think of something to do. Hmmmmm, how about a quick cheeky trip across the river to ...
... how wet we were going to get. As we got on the boat Tim asked if he could have his packed lunch, I reluctantly advised him that this wasn’t that kind of boat trip. With our belongings safely in dry bags Tim put on his pack-a-parka and rolled up his shorts to stop them getting wet. The boat set off, slowly at first and then faster and faster as we crossed rapid after rapid. We got to the face of the falls and after half the boat had posed on the front ...
... to Fortaleza for the day after we return from the Pantanal. But I was unaware of the domestic rules for booking flights needing a CPF number which is a sort of Brazilian social security number. Apparently you can apply for through a bank but we had no time. So we had to pass on booking them and go try and wing it when we get in tomorrow. As were rely stuck for time and no time to muck around, we grabbed a taxi to the rodoviaria at 1700 and caught the ...