Hotel Panorama & Acquamania Resort
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- Swimming pool
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Another short hop - this time from BA Aeroparque to Puerto Iguazu. It was a quick drive from the airport to the hotel which was a stone's throw from the Iguassu National Park and which also overlooked the huge river which feeds the famous waterfalls. I say famous, I have to confess I'd not heard of the Iguassu Falls before I …
... two days we were a little tired, but nonetheless attempted to join in with the fun but was tucked up in bed well before midnight!!
The following morning we were up early and headed into Argentina to visit the Argentine side of the falls. This meant going through passport control 4 times and catching 7 buses in total!! Nonetheless we made it there and back easily enough and spent a good 4 hours at the falls, which were amazing. Personally, ...
... I didn't think ever happened - I like to think it was Mother Nature apologising for getting rowdy and breaking my camera. Not content with just looking at the falls, or how wet we already were we took a crazy boat ride into them to finish off our day at the park. Everything we had read or heard told us the falls were best appreciated if viewed from both the Argentine side (for the up close and personal experience) and the Brazilian side (for the ...
... prices are quite a bit lower in Paraguay.
Wednesday 10th December
Initially we wanted to go from Foz to Montevideo in Uruguay, but we find it is actually about half the price to take the bus to Buenos Aires, so we decide to do that. The bus leaves Foz do Iguacu at about 2 pm and arrives in Buenos Aires the following morning. So far the longest bus journey we have taken, 17 yours precisely. We wanted to get the better executive class bus, but ...
... to wait long to take the double decker bus back to the entrance. We had a fair bit of time to wait before the next bus back to Argentina arrived so we decided to visit Parque das Aves that was opposite the Falls entrance.
Parque das Aves is described as the most spectacular Bird Park in Latin America, where you see the incredible birds of the Atlantic Rainforest in their natural habitat, alongside exotic species from around the world. They also had butterflies and reptiles ...