Iguassu Express Hotel
Travel Blogs from Foz de Iguacu
... dinner. The food was below average (typical of most buffets) and the room was ice cold. The kids love buffets because they get to try some many things. The show was entertaining, but pretty touristy. Classic Peg!! The black guys ruled the stage. We went on our own but there were tour groups all around us. Pack 'em and rack 'em.
All in all, a good time.
... as it is much quieter and all the tour groups have cleared. Upon entering the park, we have to take another bus to the falls. The Brazilian side offers amazing panoramic views and lets you walk right up to the Devil's Throat (see pictures). I prefer the Brazilian side but both sides offer something different. You can do all sorts of activities on the Brazilian side (rafting, boat trips, rappel, jungle ...
... sides of the falls. When I say up close and personal, I really mean up close and personal...so close that you can touch the falls, and get soaked while doing it. It was an amazing experience that I don't know that I'll ever be able to duplicate! (SEE THE VIDEO ATTACHED) After we changed into some dry clothes it was time for some lunch.
Lunch: Porto Canoas Restaurant
... David Attenborough and managed to keep her cool, get some photos, and kept the squealing to a minimum. I should point out that the monkey was always at least 20 feet away and showed no interest in disembowelment of passing tourists, but Hannah did very well.
As you get off the train to the Devil's Throat, you need to walk about a kilometre along walkways over the river to reach the top of the waterfalls. Before this walkway, however, we encountered about ...
... speak english. its ok but cause you just find a way to comunicate any ways. body language speaks louder then words. Few photos we took on the iphone dont do it justice AT ALL. got heaps of amazing photos on the other camera. but cant uplaod yet... coming soon Went to the Iguazu animal refuge centre for sick, hurt, smuggled, incabable animals. there was toucans and macals,monkeys, capibarra, caimen, the biggest birds of prey, eagles, ...
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking