San Rafael Hotel
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... up to my knees even though I walked out far. Not the most enjoyable cool off and then I thought the water was a bit smelly so I went back to the hostel and bought myself snacks for the long bus trip. I had to them walk to the local bus terminal to take a bus to the main terminal. Well, this was a low point in my trip. It was the heat of the day, the heat being 37*, I had my huge bag on my back my other rucksack on my front and my food bag in my hand. It was a good 20 minute walk ...
... the few days prior visiting the falls, but seeing something manmade in comparison to something so powerful and natural underwhelmed me. The facts were impressive, it powers 75% of Paraguay and 17% of Brazil and was built at an astonishing pace but without the overflow gates open, it just looked like a gigantic wall. Ross, clearly the more enthusiastic engineer, regarded it with a little more interest than me. We ended our day in another nightbus, bound for ...
... to be a privilege of the rich in the past. But a lot of the braces are fake, they don’t actually correct your teeth.
... the most expensive things I’ve done but I would do it again in a heartbeat. After the helicopter we got public transport back to the hostel and hung out in the pond, then the pool and drank plenty of Caipirinha’s before getting ready to go to a traditional Rafain show. The show consisted of cultural dances from all countries around South America and included an all you can eat buffet, again the food was amazing and the show incredible! Had a few comic ...
Got up early today as we wanted to be heading to the park by 8 o'clock. We had some breakfast and made a nice lunch to take to the Falls. The bus station was only down the road so we didn't have far to walk. When we got tot the bus station we were offered a ride with another couple in a taxi for $P40 each which is the same as what we had to pay for the bus so we went for the taxi which meant we didn't have to wait anymore. We got to the Iguazu ...