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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking rooms
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... Now during the fall with the leaves falling the city holds a peaceful image while still maintaining the history of a colonial city and the hustle and bustle of the 21st century. We visited a few of our favorite parks and saw said goodbyes to our dear friends Sofie and Matias. Such wonderful people change the world everyday with positivity and an open mind. At Parque Rodo we found a little area for climbing and bouldering, which I was all to happy to ...
... side and to be honest, we both much more impressed with the views. And not only that, but the bus ride was much cheaper to the park, as was the entrance fee. Brazil is dominating Argentina for us already. We made our way along the trailway, admiring the views and avoiding all the little coitis animals running around. We took plenty of photos and enjoyed the rainbows forming in the back spray off the falls. The main draw card for the Brazil side is ...
... All making exactly the same pictures with their smartphones and selfiesticks. Most of them are women, many of them competing with the beauty of the falls. Deep down below people are enjoying the freshness of the water looking at the falls from big rubber rafts. Nature is a great gift to Argentina, having tourism generate a considerable income for the many people who have a job here. In the meantime Coatys, raccoon like animals with long noses and ...
... they had probably had a dodgy dog bbq before leaving. Our last night was spent at our beautiful hotel enjoying a five course tasting menu with matching wines, swapping anecdotes about our experiences over the past two weeks. One of the more amazing things was that the three of us have managed to go through the whole trip without exchanging one cross word. That fact probably says as much about our fantastic experience of Chile and Argentina as any ...
... their bags and even their hands in massive groups. They were true bandits! The falls were breathtaking. They were so massive and the sheer volume of water was incredible. We actually took a boat ride into the falls (or at least the spay) which involved a lot of screaming and chanting from the Argentinians behind us - I think they were louder than the falls themsleves...? We also saw a massive catfish which was ...