Hotel Rafain Centro
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
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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... by comparison was a completely relaxed experience, where one could go where they wanted, when they wanted for as long as they wanted, as the number of tourists was so much lower. My post-falls experience in Brazil was an all-you-can-meat restaurant with Israeli Artificial Intelligence researchers Oleg and Ariel, followed by a cool party with some locals who we met at a bar.
Oh - and there were coati at the falls too - they were cool on both the Argentinian and Brazilian sides.
... had a lovely meal thanks to Andrew and Gail. The next day we got on a bus and made our short trip over to boarder into Argentina so we could see the Argentinian side of the falls. As we crossed the boarder we were very sad to say goodbye to Brazil as we loved it but we were now getting excited for Argentina. The next day we went to the Argentinian side of the falls, this is said to be the grand finale so we had high ...
Day 232 Our earplugs served us well last night and we woke having slept fairly well. Having perused the surprising election results for a while, we headed out to the kitchen area. Although most of the stuff had been washed up, its was pretty grim in terms of cleanliness. We made the most of it and had some pasta for late breakfast. At one stage, Ben went inside to ask whether there was a can opener he could use. The apron-clad woman he asked said cheerily in Spanish, 'You can use ...
... walking the tracks - to the top of the falls, -impressive, then to the lower level - almost more impressive. Finally we decided to brave the crowds to take the train to view the Devil's Throat, to discover the crowds had thinned, so it was just a matter of waiting for the next train. Now that was worth it! The power of the water tumbling over the falls and the spray coming back up was worth the days of travel across Argentina and I have plenty of video and photos to ...
... putting toilet paper down the toilet though. Sod's law by the time I get home it's all I'll be doing. The falls are incredible. Brazilian side soaked us through as we walked out onto the Devils's Throat viewpoint and I just stared at it for a good few minutes trying to soak it all in. There's something about waterfalls...chilled day by the pool followed by a boat trip on the Argentinian side tomorrow. Then the 18 hour bus ride to Buenos Aires. Semi cama seats come at ...