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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
- Outdoor pool
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... Parlo then up to campo grande which will take about 5 hours but better than a bus from foz to campo grande which would have cost 50 quid and took 14 hours or a flight direct which would have only taken 2 hours but cost 350 quid Bit of a holding day as we can't really do much before we travel so catching up on ...
... we had two different events which we could go to; one which Neill was pushing which was a live band playing in Zeppelin, or a night crossing the border and going to a bar in Argentina. The idea of crossing the border for a night out is something which we will probably never do again so we decided to do this, much to the disapproval of Neill who decided that he suddenly came down with an illness and couldn't come. That didn't prevent us from changing our ...
... so now the interior is enveloped in scaffolding. It is considered as one of the most beautiful libraries in the world, so we are obviously disappointed, especially when, while taking photos of the exterior, a gentleman sidles up to us and recommends that we move on. He explains that tourists have been assaulted around here. I must admit it is located in a rather dubious area of town.
We have to catch our flight to Foz do Iguaçu in the afternoon. It is almost a ...
... 35 degrees and very dry. Didnt take too long to find the sun :P
The falls themselves were amazing. Compared to Victoria where its one straight line of gushing water, the Iguazu falls are made up of numerous winding falls that seem to go on forever. When we first got there we were stunned by the view, but then we kept walking and kept on discovering more as we also ...
... stay and not have enough bail money to get out...
We then drove through the madness of Asuncion, searched for non-existent parking and walked back into the Brazilian Consulate with pride in having accomplished all this in less than a day; only to be crushed by the fact that we did not have some paper from the church that said we had the authority to drive the truck we have been driving around for ...