Hotel Rafain Centro
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Room service
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Rafain Centro Foz de Iguacu
O Hotel Rafain Centro, é um hotel que fica bem no centro da cidade. Se você busca por por uma hospedagem limpa, bem localizada e econômica, em Foz do Iguaçu, eu sugiro. A comida deles também é muito boa!
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... wet clothing in a desperate attempt to get it dry before we had to pack it in again, the girls made their way to the pool for a swim (but only after Do had dashed out to the street outside our hotel to finally lay her hands on the Neymar Brazilian football shirt that she'd been after). We had the mandatory Caipirinhas and then dinner in the hotel as no one wanted to mission out into town and, as the busy-ness of the day drew to close and the jet lag kicked in we all retired to bed early ...
... how cheap things were. Other backpackers along the way have warned us of how expensive Brasil was going to be compared to Peru, Colombia and central. But the fruit and veg were cheap as and they sold 1L beers nearly as cheap as water. After having lunch, we decided to go for a walk down to the Friendship bridge which connects Brasil to Paraguay. Our little cartoon map supplied by the hostel made out it was just a km or two there. We set ...
... water and foam going over and lots of birds swirling around amongst it. Walked back the 1.1km, trained to a different area and did another 650m in and out to see another aspect - could look over the river and see our hotel in Brazil. Had lunch in the park and then headed back to Brazil.
Into a small open air electric train heading down to the river through the forest undergrowth, then into a 4 WD buggy as the terrain got rougher and ...
... immigration. This process was very rapid. From what the guide told us, the people in Puerto Iguazu, Argentina, go over to Foz do Iguacu, Brazil, all the time. She goes to go to a movie theatre in Foz do Iguacu as there isn't one in Puerto Iguazu, but she only goes to the matinees when she is alone because of the danger at night in Foz do Iguacu. I wish to thank those of you who have visited the Brazilian falls who urged us to obtain ...
... Brazils (which equates to about 30% of the UK annual electricity). It was built in the 80s as a joint venture between the 2 countries. Inside, we could feel the walls vibrating as 20 turbines generated 14000MW. Cat thought the control room looked a bit like a Star Trek set (without the dodgy costumes).
And now on to Rio de Janeiro for our final stop and the biggest carnival in the world.
Dave and Cat