Rafain Palace Hotel & Convention Center
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Minbar in room
Photos of Rafain Palace Hotel & Convention Center
TripAdvisor Reviews Rafain Palace Hotel & Convention Center Foz de Iguacu
Travel Blogs from Foz de Iguacu
I didn’t get up to much today, but it was pretty relaxing. I had to check out of my hostel at 11am, so I got all my stuff together and headed out then. I left my bags at the hotel, and just brought my laptop to the mall down the street. It’s really nice to find a place like that where it’s air conditioned and you don’t feel like you’re going to sweat to deal.
I grabbed some lunch in the mall ...
... to call the bus company, who told us the bus our bags were on would do its loop into Brazil then Paraguay and be back in about an hour. It was a nervous wait while I contemplated having to buy a whole new wardrobe of insane Brazilian clothes (we had all the actual important stuff in a small bag with us) if somebody had taken a fancy to our bags. After what felt like days, the bus arrived, with our bags exactly where we left them. And now slightly ...
... br> One the way we see more and more gaucho lifestyle. Many buildings are built from wood, there are pickup tracks everywhere and of course cows. We are also starting to see conifer trees. Also the soil everywhere is this colour of rust, almost red.
Since this is our last day in Brazil here are a few observations about Brazil and the Brazilians:
- The absolute majority of Brazilians you see are very happy outgoing people always wanting to engage ...
... wasn't so keen at first but plucked up the courage for a great photo.
Thunder and rain started just as we were about to leave so we decided to loiter in the souvenir shop for a bit until it eased off. We made it back to the bus stop without getting too wet and waited 30 minutes for its arrival. It was a painless journey on the way back to Argentina, we had the same driver as in the morning and he made the Brazilian border crossing just as easy as before. There was long ...
... falls before being told to put all our cameras and belongings into the dry bags and then we dove straight in. We were our togs under the lifejackets and it was definitely the best idea- some other people had obviously not been given the same advice and were absolutely drenched and I’m sure would have gotten some lovely chafe walking around for the rest of the day! After the boat ride we walked the lower circuit seeing the falls from the bottom and then did ...