- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Outdoor pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... impressive and the quantity of water going over the edge was mind blowing. The Brazillian side offers the best panoramic views of the falls and helps to give you a good feel for the true scale of them.
After a few hours of wondering around the falls and meeting some of the local wildlife, we caught the bus back to the hostel where they had arranged a party for the Friday night. Normally we would be well up for this, but after 4 hours sleep ...
... Nature was very angry. We didn't stay long at the platform as it was basically impossible to see anything clear through the crowds and the rain. In a bid to protect my camera from the rain I'd shoved it down my bra - a terrible move. I was soaked to my bones so it was a goner. We spent the next few hours squelching around the park trails to get close up views of different parts of the falls and watching monkeys and coaties. At one point a butterfly landed on ...
... 2nd biggest dam in the World and apparently quite impressive. And Ciudad de Este is another border town without many sight, but it is unique for a few not so good reasons. It is the home of counterfeit goods and drugs, the sale of these then in turn finances organized crime, apparently also human trafficking and all other kind of crime you can imagine. Not that we expected to see a lot of this on a day trip. Lot of Argentinians and Brazilians go there to ...
... elevator to take people back up to the road level and the final viewing platform. The queue was huge, but we asked if there were stairs and fortunately there were. We were joined only by a handful of people to walk up the short path and it didn't take long at all. The last view point gave good views across the top of the falls and the river before it hit the falls.
The whole walk hadn't taken too long at all and we'd seen everything that there was to see on this side. We ...
... enough we changed our money and were on our way. We then got a taxi to the upper class district of Palermo and did some window shopping and had lunch. Some friends were staying in an apartment in this district so we went there for an afternoon of drinks and ended up getting home at 4am! The next day we got a taxi to the La Boca district famous for being one of the poorer areas of Buenos Aires and as the home of the Boca Juniors Football Team. As tourists we were ...