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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
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... side, there is no bus taking you to the start of the trails, there is a small train which would take you to a central area if you didn't want to walk the 600m trail through jungle. The train would normally take people all the way to the Garganta del Diablo waterfall, but that part of the park was closed because the trail had been washed away during high water. Isla San Martin, an island in front of the Falls, was also closed because its walkways had been washed ...
... plants everywhere which made it all look quiet natural. Of corse most of the birds were in closed aviaries but there were some open aviaries that we could walk in which was neat. We particularly liked seeing the colourful birds and toucans and towards the end was the Macaw aviary which was really noisy, but neat to watch them all flying around really quiet close. During our time here the clouds had come across and it rained a few times while we were ...
... which McDonalds has closed on Wednesday morning at 10?
Before I started crying again I kept wandering around until I found a little street shop where I could sit down and have coffee, food but unfortunately no wifi. A bit unhandy because I still didn`t know where to stay.
I must have looked like ****, the guy who work there gave me a pity look and even served me on the table (it was a self serve shop).
I managed to get out my ...
... in a chopper?! Taking the helicopter flight really gave us the opportunity to appreciate the massive scale of the falls. From the air you can also see the effects of deforestation upstream. The waters crashing over the Parana plateau used to be completely clear and it was pretty sad to see that they are now brown, which is the sediment and mud washing it's way downstream. Most people come to Iguazu for only one reason (I did) but walking through the forest - Iguazu lies in ...
... like "I don't remember going to the club or how I got home." We should have known! It made for a nice pool day the next day in the blazing sun. You do need rest days now and again!
We made up for it the next day with our tour to the Argentinian side. It was more expensive, but included our transport, border crossing, knowledgeable tour guide and entry to the park for $140R (€44). We walked through the rainforest and saw Coatis and Capuchin Monkeys. There were so ...