San Rafael Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Outdoor pool
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Travel Blogs from Foz de Iguacu
For the Argentinian side you need an entire day as 80% of the waterfalls are on this side. Plus be prepared to walk, I covered 15 kilometres.
There are three different trails on this side: Devilīs Throat, Upper and Lower, that are accessed by metal walkways through the dense forest. It's actually engineering genius if you ask me when you consider the location of these walkways.
The lower path leads to the base of the ...
... the previous night on a bus! We were staying on the Brazillian side of the border. Later that night we went out for tradition Brazillian BBQ. We paid around £5 each and for the rest of the evening waiters would just continuously arrive at the table with every cut of meat imaginable, all you had to do was say yes! The next day we crossed the border again and headed back into Argentina, this side is much larger with 3-4 tracks to ...
... of the walkways that stood where we stood. There is a lot of water flowing underfoot on a normal day at Iguazu, imagining enough to wash away the walkways is worrying.
We also visited the Brazilian side, since the river forms the border between Argentina and Brazil, and while less developed as a tourist ...
... to pay and then you gave your order ticket to the girl who filled the order. Most confusing! At any rate, it was fun. We also met some Aussies from Melbourne. We went back to the hotel to cool down in the pool and then walked back to town and had a lovely meal at La Rueda 1975. By this time it was about 4:30 and we went back for another dip in the pool. This time we met some guys from Lafayette, Louisiana. They had just arrived here ...
... them to their meal than get bitten retrieving it and influenced by the massing storm clouds we left the park back for town and after a slap up pizza meal in a local shopping mall went to bed. The next day we were to fly to Rio de Jainero to experience the buzz of Carnaval with our friends Jason and Ingrid, whom had managed to get a visa for Brazil at the last second from the Argentinian embassy in Puerto Iguazu. Our Brazilian adventure was only just ...