Hotel Villa Canoas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... if we wanted to wait for the next one in half an hour or walk the 600 meters. We were thoroughly sick of her by then so elected to walk. Her version of 600 meters was like getting 'slightly wet' - a total lie. It was more like 1.5kms at least, much of it uphill with her going at a cracking pace. When we got to the entrance she rolled her eyes when we said we wanted to go into the information centre. Then she said she'd ring the driver to come and get us which would take 20 ...
... obvious that this city was more the 'Poundland supermarket of South America'... Hustling and bustling, chaotic, noisy, dirty and locals approaching you on the street like an old record on repeat, "best price, best price". We hadn't actually come to shop, just to check it out and be able to tick off another country on our list, seeing as it was so close... but if you were looking for a new electronic device, this is the place to come. HUGE shopping malls packed to ...
... leave enough room for the meat. Oh, and the grilled cinnamon pineapple too... Then you're onto a winner. After all the food, we fell asleep as soon as our heads hit the pillow, ready for another fun-filled day of roaring and crashing waterfall action... But this time, from the other side in a whole other country... And it's this side that will soak you, shock you and baffle you... It's time for country number two... don't cry for me (and my meat sweats), Argentina!
After our dry run of yesterday it was a cinch to be ready on time for our 7:00 am pick up. We couldn't work out why we needed to leave so early for our 10:08 flight. It turned out that we were leaving from the main Galaeo airport and not the local domestic one just down the road and the queue for the TAM check in was incredibly long when we arrived. Turns out we were in the wrong queue at first but we got checked in eventually. We breezed through security which seemed ...
... scared to fly, and there was turbulence the entire flight, and we had to land at the EZE airport instead of the areoparque. Which meant we had to get a bus from plane to the terminal, get our bags and fight through crowds to find the office of the airline, and then get on another bus to the correct airport, and then pay for a taxi to our hotel. We left Iguazu in a taxi to the airport at 2:30pm and didn't get into our room until ...