Rafain Palace Hotel & Convention Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Minbar in room
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The overnight bus took more than 15 hours but it wasn't as bad as I thought it would be. Whilst the bad weather prohibited me from seeing all of the beaches, the trip out of Floripa was very scenic followed by a stunning sunset. The bus was pretty luxurious with wifi and charging points for your phone or ipad. I'd also purchased a "leito" seat which means bed and although it didn't recline 100% it was certainly better than economy seat on a plane. ...
... after a while walking, I started to realise it was going to be much further. We spun around and went for a walk through town, checked out a few stores before returning to the hostel in time for dinner. We met a local guy from Rio and Spanglish conversation but managed to get a few tips off him on places to check out here in Brazil. We finished dinner and went back to the room and flicked the TV on, no English channels so off to sleep it ...
... some steep stone steps and into our jet boat to go under the falls - what an understatement ' you will get wet', I had my poncho wrapped around as tight as possible and I must admit it did help - a bit. I think our driver took a delight in getting us completely soaked. Lucky to see a beautiful rainbow in the spray.
Back to the hotel and buffet dinner in the restaurant again. Tomorrow we see the Falls from the Brazillian side.
... visa so that we could visit the Brazilian side. It was magnificent! Once we paid our admittance to the falls, USD $44 for 2 people, we got on a double decker bus and were taken to the bus stop closest to the falls. This was about a 15 minute ride. We were sitting on top and since it was open air it was a lovely, cool ride. We did not hike on any of the optional trails. We only had to to walk around 1 klm along a walkway before reaching ...
Our second (but officially first) entry into Brazil was as strange as the first. We boarded a bus bound for the Brazilian side of the falls and ensured that the driver would be stopping at the border this time... and we did stop, but stayed on the bus and waited with everyone else, all of us a little nervous after the conductor had taken our passports and got off. However, after a short while he did return with our stamped passports and we continued ...