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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
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... bus station. At the terminal in Foz do Iguaçu, you don't buy a ticket; you simply state where you are going at the turnstile at the entrance and pay the appropriate fee to enter the bus station. We took a long, wide, straight road out of town. Regularly, sports cars would come screaming past. I think that, in this area, this road is where you come to see just how much you can get out of your car. At the top of the road, the bus slowed down before a checkpoint, did a u-turn ...
... think owns the place) showed us in. We later found out that he lived in Oxford for three years. A receptionist showed us around the homely place in Spanish. After dropping our bags off in our room, we made some calls. As yet, we don't have any Brazilian Real and, despite getting help in Spanish, then English, from two women in a pharmacy, we didn't managed to withdraw any this evening. Never fear though; we did manage to feed ourselves, dining in a Lebanese restaurant. We got ...
We explored the Iguazu falls from both the Brazilian and Argentinean side.The Brazilian side is known for having the best panoramic views of the falls whereas on the Argentinean side you can get up close to the falls. We got a boat trip under the falls which was amazing.
... with his stories ( one of how a woman couldn't even use the stairs to the plane so they had to crane her up and ask her and her husband to sit separately to balance the plane, only in America!) Making it to our hostel we were able to have some downtime in Iguassu and fully recover from carnival...much needed! Our meal that night was not so successful as as soon as Anna had finished cooking the divinely smelling food, the pan handle went and we were left just staring at the floor, ...
... the water was worth the extra money. Just make sure you wrap up your belongings so your camera doesn't drown and consider wearing a bikini all day like some others in my group if your real keen. Just be ready to be destroyed by Mosquitos. Lucas was just a little bit creepy. He also compared the safety on the streets in Puerto Rico to that in Australia. Saying there are many streets you just shouldn't walk down alone even in the day....just like Australia. I am not sure that ...