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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
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... of the madness. However, we were never going to lose the crowds so we headed towards the Throat with the masses. We stopped and looked at turtles, huge catfish swimming on the waters surface and glanced at a variety of different birds. We eventually got to the Throat of the falls and joined the crowds to capture our moments at the very top. The thunder of the falls is almost deafening. It was amazing, here we were standing looking at true beauty. We were very happy to have ...
... marshy swampland that can be compared in diversity but not in size to Brazil's pantanal. We have become much more accustomed to the South American culture and decided to try out hitch hiking as it is widely excepted and not stereotyped like in the States. We found ourselves in Fray Bentos, a town on the border between Uruguay and Argentina, and headed out to the highway and stuck out the thumbs. Within 5 minutes we had a ride however it was only 10 kilometers ...
... the hostel, the owner was watching two football games at once. On the big screen, Corinthians (the famous São Paolo team) were playing. The owner was very happy because his team, which he was following on his laptop, were 3-nil up. After relaxing for a couple of hours in the lounge area, we went back to the Lebanese restaurant for dinner. We did a little better with ordering today. Strangely, the waitress thought we were Argentinian and was quite surprised to learn that we were ...
... waterfalls on earth. We are at the Argentinian side of it. The border between Argentina and Brazil runs through the middle and both countries think they have the most beautiful part of it. The Argentinians are definitely right as we will find out tomorrow, when we are going to visit the Brazilian side. We found a hotel in Puerto Iguazu yesterday. That is, we thought we found a tourist information office to ask for hotels or cabanas, but they ...
... We have just got back from the clinic where a specialist sewed him up. Thankfully the owners of the hotel took care of us and paid for everything and their English was very good and got us through the trauma.
Hoping thatīs the end of our bad fortune!
Liz, because Arlin canīt type!