Hotel Foz do Iguacu
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
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... us) is the right one and we arrive back at the hotel, we have a wander around town to find somewhere to eat, not alot here so decide the hotel is the choice.
Re-united with my clothes I take the opportunity to change and we enjoy a 25 Reals a head buffet dinner an absolute bargain!
Enjoy a few beers tonight, Skol - very gassy, Brahma - very nice and a Brahma Chopp again a good beer.
... culminated at a platform built right at the bottom of the Bossitto falls. Do and I (armed with our trusty waterproof Go Pro) ventured out to the edge of the platform and gaped up in wonder at the sheer wall of water thundering down almost on top of us. I had to hold onto my hat to stop it from blowing off for despite it being a windless day the force of the water crashing down created a strong draft. We both got pretty wet again but it was ...
... many years of marriage, we are still learning things about each other. Or, perhaps it is that we are so forgetful that we just can't remember. Either way life is good.
My father never wanted to leave our farm. I am sure that that is what gave me my wanderlust. My dad enlisted in the navy and thought he would be gone a few months, he was sent to war for three years. He said he never wanted to leave ...
... We had a chat with him as he sipped mate and smoked a Camel cigarette. Our plan for the day was to head to La Triple Frontera. It was a sunny day and a pleasant walk through the calm, laid back town. Within twenty five minutes of leaving the hotel, we had arrived at a monument with the flag of Argentina flanked by those of Paraguay and Brazil. Beyond this, a road sloped downwards and curved to the right revealing a fabulous view of the triple frontier itself. As we walked ...
... line for a narrow-gauge train to take us to the main Falls until we realized it was just a short walk on a nice jungle path.
We were hoping to see some of the indigenous Coatis - related to the racoon - and it didn't take long. They collect in large numbers around the outdoor cafes hoping to get some motes and morsels of food from the tourists. We saw other animals as well, including an alligator n one of the streams and attractive, ...