Nadai Confort Hotel & SPA
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
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... buy some magnifying glasses. Not easy with broken English. He took us to an optometrist who had no English. We mimed our way through and he produced some number 2 glasses from a bottom drawer. Perfect!! We asked how much and they were - 50 pesos - $6. I took a photo and he said they are now 60 pesos. We all had a laugh, even the other customers in the shop.
Alfredo recommended a restaurant where we could get local river fish - ...
... way to Foz de Iguacu.
We arrived at the main bus terminal and fortunately only had a short walk to our hostel as it was still pouring hard. Eventually the rain stopped and we headed out in search of a mobile phone shop for our usual purchase of a new SIM card when we arrived in a new country. We were expecting a bit more trouble with this one as although we could manage it with our limited Spanish, we were now dealing with Portuguese. On our third ...
... change over point but instead by a smell the cam only be described as un-natural and extremely un-pleasant.. After a while (felt like forever) it drifted away and I went back to sleep, later to find out most other people had been woken up by this too. 4:30am we finally arrived at the change over point and we set off for another 4 hours in the bumpiest minibus. Arriving at 8:30am which is now 7:30am as we gained an hour after our 15 hour ...
... in a variety of architectural styles. The cemetery is laid out in sections like city blocks. It is here that Eva Peron found her final resting place (after 17 years!). Great photo adventure. But who is this Santa Evita? Why all this howling, hysterical sorrow? What kind of goddess has lived among us? How will we ever get by without her? She had her moments, she had some style The best show in town was the crowd Outside the Casa Rosada crying, "Eva Peron" But that's all ...
... carved into it. Barely visible though due to the large amounts of people standing on it and around it watching the main part of this evening: 5 men playing their instruments around an old table and singing their samba songs. The people around me showed all different colours of the world and were moving their bodies like waves to the beats. Shoulders were twiching, faces smiling and the sound of the huge voluntary choir along with the musicians was drifting up in the warm ...