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Travel Blogs from Foz de Iguacu
... seats and foot rests but no blankets, pillows, or food. It was also only a single layer so no big front windows to see out of. It didn't get very full, we maybe picked up about 20 people through the first couple stops on the trip. I sat up front to prevent motion sickness and helped keep me aware of what was going on with the bus. We stopped every 4 hours for bathroom, food, and gas but sometimes it was only a bus stop to drop people off or ...
... stamp in passport. *Arrived at the falls and caught a bus to the walk. *Interesting seeing all the falls from the other side-astounding part of the world . Recently named as the newest natural wonder of the world. *Spent a few hours wandering round "oohing and aahring"!! *Enough said about Iguazu Falls. *Arrived at airport-very small and under renovation- World Cup? *Went through customs/security and had our water ...
We left Brazil and crossed the border into Argentina to see the falls that side.
There were 2 trails in the national park and we walked them both. The first took over some of the falls. It was amazing, walking on a bridge over the full rivers with the actual 'fall' just meters away and seeing the water disappear over the top. The mist and spray was crazy as we were ...
... best to get some pics but they're so fast, still we managed to get really close and see them hovering next to some hanging feeders. We saw so many cool birds and being able to walk right next to them in such beautiful surroundings was awesome, this was an unexpected highlight for us in Foz Do Iguacu.
Iguazu Falls- Brazilian Side
Everyone has told us we needed to check out the falls on both sides of the river, so we headed to the entrance of the ...
... the room! We went to the Brazilian side of the falls and tore through it in about an hour. We were told to do the Brazil side first but since Kate had already seen it we did it the other way around. I would also recommend doing the Brazil side first since it's like seeing the Mona Lisa up close and then going back the next day and standing 100 yards away from it. It was 41r$ entry on this side. We then went to the bird park across the street from the falls (r$28) which ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking