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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
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At around 6pm, we returned to the park entrance and caught the bus for the half-hour ride back to Puerto Iguazu. We walked around the tourist town and had a nice dinner of - as usual - overcooked grilled beef before returning to our hotel room for the evening. In the morning after breakfast, we returned by Remis to the small airport for our final domestic flight back to Buenos Aires.
... parade! From the classic feather costumes to the randomness of a cat with a kebab we lapped up the atmosphere! Our final day in rio, it was time to hit the sites! Thankful we left it till the final day to see the Christ the Redeemer as we could finally see more than his feet as there was no cloud, the view of the city was something else! It was then time for my real life snoop and pharrell experience from their video for beautiful, sitting where they had...was amazing! Then saw ...
... to see some of the smaller falls in the area. Day 2 Tour group much smaller. Just myself, Andreas and the Argentinian couple. Drove across the border to Brazil where Diego handled passport control. Walked along the view trail for the falls from the Brazilian side. Spent some time in a bird park. I saw my first and my 30th toucan bird. They had a lot of them. Thoughts Iguazu falls is definitely the biggest and most spectacular set of waterfalls I have seen. Several members of ...
... seemed orchestrated. But good people are not few. One man who boarded the bus with me, tried to help me in every possible way and made me feel welcome in his country with his charismatic smile. He was from Brasile - I did not know it was the capital of Brasil. I thought it was Sao Paulo! Anyways, got off the bus and went to my host's home, Daniele. She welcomed me with a hug ( In Brazil, people hug with both cheeks touching ! Peru was just one ...
... so I don't see how she can realisitically play it any other way. So then I started thinking maybe I should only claim countries I've seen some of the culture of. But I've been to Spain for example more times than I can remember and I don't think I've really experienced any culture. Not much more than the Thompsons Family Holiday Hotels provides at least. But regarding Praguay I think I've seen enough to at least get a feel for the place, or at least ...