Nadai Confort Hotel & SPA
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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... not what we have been used to at all. Our favourite part of the town was the market, in fact we spent every evening there. The market only sells olives, cured sausage, cheese, wine and beer. It is the hub for Brazilians to pop over the border and stock up in vast quantities of the produce that they cannot get elsewhere. They also sell platters of the aforementioned food called picadas, it happens to be the cheapest ...
... knew exactly where to board the different busses, pick up cheap and tasty sandwiches/empanadas, and had been booked onto a speedboat tour under the falls. Boom! At 9.00pm there was an open invitation to a 3-course asado (barbecue) at which I met a number of other backpackers, including a friendly couple from the USA called Carlos and Sara. Pretty much everyone was heading to the falls the ...
... and activity we left the park with our guide, Bea, taking photos of cars parked along the road as the carparks were so full. Apparently it is Carnival week in Brazil was giving the entire population an excuse to visit the falls! Why, you may ask, do they come to Argentina when they have their own side with panoramic views. In a word: exchange rate. The peso rate makes everything very inexpensive so they make a day of it, eat out and fill up ...
... the end which surprisingly didn't cost anything extra. The highlight though was the toucans. We had seen one on our jungle trip in Ecuador but that was only at a distance in the sky and just the underbelly of the bird. Here in the sanctuary however, they were less than a metre away so we could fully appreciate just how unique and beautiful they are. I'm not normally a bird person but Quinn had to literally drag me away and I managed to drain a full camera battery in those couple of ...
... up in the median between the beach and the avenue beside the beach. It was as if a market popped up on Park Avenue (if there were a beach on one side). Sara bought painting that will look great in her apt. We were so tired from walking around Sugarloaf that day that we took a cab back to our hotel. Don't worry, nothing exciting happened in that short cab ride. We ate at a Middle Eastern restaurant that night and then went to sleep with nothing ...