Hotel Foz do Iguacu
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... was smooth till the last fifteen minutes when we had some turbulence.
We checked in at the Sheraton Iguazu where we had a great view of the falls from our room, had lunch then headed out for a nature walk. Nature had it in for us as it started to pee down after 15 minutes and despite disposable ponchos we were wet through in a very short time. We squelched our way back to the hotel then I had a doze while Derek headed to ...
(Sorry, again there are no photos, still an issue with our memory card!)
Our bus journey and border crossing into Brasil was accompanied by torrential rain, it certainly knows how to rain here! We had to get off the bus to get our exit stamps from Argentina and then get back on the bus to take us to the Brasilian side to get our entry visa, which took a bit longer and meant we had to catch a later bus. We thought this might mean a long wait but we were soon ...
... bus... 5pm - set off in mini bus to the bus station 6:15pm - change over onto public overnight bus, expected arrival 2:30am. This was actually a better option than private transport as the seat could go a lot further back than in a bumpy minibus, which was good for sleeping... However we had a stop at 8pm and off I went for my dinner ice cream, at 6 Reals I knew my 50 note was going to cause an issue before I'd even paid... The ...
... to be here the first week in November, the height of the blooming period. We drove along several avenues of huge beautiful homes, many of them now embassies. We saw USA, Saudi Arabia, Belgium and the Vatican among others. Avenue Ortiz de Ocampo has a canopy of Tipas, tall elegant trees which have leaves or blossoms all but 25 days a year. Someone asked about the threat of earthquakes and our local guide, Gaston, replied, "We don't have natural disasters; we have enough with ...
... Sal. Arriving in a rather industrial neighbourhood I was questioning if what the people on the streets had adviced was really so worth while seeing. But this impression changed fast as we enered a street filling up with people and walking past artful grafiti. The sides of it were filled up with little stands selling food and drinks. The smell of roasted meat hung in the air and samba music grew louder by the step until we entered a square with a huge rock on the side ...