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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Outdoor pool
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Travel Blogs from Foz de Iguacu
... excitement in the boat as it bounced and skipped over the waves, sometimes plunging into deep troughs which threw up waves of water drenching Do and Annick who had taken seats right at the back. After a brief stop for photos and to screw up some courage at the entrance to the Throat the pilot gunned the engines and we shot up against the stream right at and then into the cascading water of the Salto Tres Moquetos (the Three Muscateers), the first set of falls of the Devils ...
... emergency passports and that needed extra immigration time and the driver took off without letting us know or check how much longer we would take. It was like three minutes. We got our exit stamps and saw another bus from the same company coming along, so I head over and managed to get us a ride to the Brazil immigration. We were just dropped off here as originally planned and you are suppose to just jump on the next bus to Foz ...
... Paraguay over the border is much cheaper, but the Brazilian Govt has clamped down to limit spending from there to $350 per month, which has brought about a huge black market trade - drugs as well. Brazil had the Football World Cup last year and will have the Olympic Games next year.
Back to our excursion - I've got a bit side tracked - we go as far as we can by bus and then have a brisk walk some 600m to the little railway ...
5.30 wake up call to have breakfast and get to the airport for an 0800 flight. Smooth plane trip but we were startled by the passengers clapping when the plane landed. Do they boo if it crashes? We were met by our private guide whom we will have for the next 3 days. As she will adapt the itinerary to our wishes we spent the 1/2 hour drive to the hotel working through a few ideas. Decided to ...
After seeing Iguazu falls from the Brazilian side we had to go across to the Argentinian side the next day to check it out. A short half hour bus ride and easy border crossing, took us to Puerto Iguazu, the bordering town and another short bus ride later and we were at the falls. This side was certainly a lot more vast and gave a new vantage point to marvel at the ridiculous amount of water crashing ...