La Aldea de la Selva Lodge & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLa Aldea de la Selva Lodge & Spa Puerto Iguazu
Lodge with nice rather spacious houses right in the forest. Ready also for electricity breakdowns, has own generator.
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... the entrance. He explains that he was driving us to... PARAGUAY, he can not stop here. Our wickedness has trapped us !!! When we get close to the bridge, the traffic was dense, we decided to walk then we got our stamp in Brazil office and reached our hotel, luckily not that far away! What a day !!!! For dinner, we discovered a small restaurant close to our hotel, with exquisite and big burgers that cost nothing at all. Terry ate even two !! Morpheus won us very early in the land of dreams that ...
... dropped it causing the apples, crisps and water to fly out. By this point we had caused quite a stir and a lot of people were looking, especially because I was muttering away about how I didn't trust them as soon as I saw them. Then the little coati ripped open the bag and tucked in to our bananas right there in front of us.
The next day we took the local bus to the falls in Argentina, the park was so big it felt like we had just walked in to Disneyland. We studied the ...
... conservation area in Brazil to be nominated and crowned as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO (tick). There are just over 270 different falls collectively found in both Argentina and Brazil. Argentina has more of the falls than Brazil, while Brazil appears to have a greater diversity of fauna, flora and wildlife in their side of the park (please don't quote me....just on account of observation). Just before we crossed into Argentina on my first day, we stopped on ...
... and the seats, and were able to sleep for no less than hours at home. Delta is so much better than United. The flight attendants made us feel that we're welcome, and they're not there just doing their job.
We got to BA before 8am local time. Bob had arranged the limo pickup who would first bring us to the Sofitel to drop off some of our luggage, then to the other airport where we would board the LAN flight to Iguazu Falls. There was a station/service where ...
.... so back to the falls! Again, I think the photos speak for themselves. We did the main board walks only we spent the whole day there as there is so much to see. So again by the afternoon we had the place to ourselves. We were fortunate enough to spot a Toucan at the end (credit given to Richard or else he might be mad(!) who had become our native wildlife spotter). Weather wise (I am English at heart so ...