Salvatti Iguassu Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... a night bus now that should be about 17 hours in total, heading to Florianopolis. I’ve met a very nice Canadian couple who are heading the same way, and have a very similar itinerary after Florianopolis too. It’s always nice to know other travelers on the way, and Graeme and Hillary seem very nice. Now hopefully I’ll be able to get a few hours sleep on the bus tomorrow, and then can catch up tomorrow when I get to the ...
... in. I was always going to love a visit to a bird zoo but even Ross spoke very highly of it so that proves it was great. The birds were housed in massive aviaries that you could walk through and get close up birdie action. Toucans, flamingos, parrots and other less famous birds were all there. The parrot aviary was the most impressive - so much colour and noise. One even left me a little bum treat on my bag. A fun reggae party at the hostel topped off a ...
... So people are not divided by race, but they are divided by class or rather wealth. So much so that the rich live in gated communities and high risers protected from the poor and the very poor who live in favelas. And the difference is quite evident. We have not seen this first hand, but we read that some of the very rich buy expensive cars, but only drive them in their gated compounds.
... for dinner. The tourist information guy had recommended dinner at A Piacere. His opinion seemed like one you could trust given his own views on Argentinian Tourism on the whole and his personal desire to improve it. We had decided to order a single big steak for sharing and side so the meal turned out not too expensive at all. It was indeed a good recommendation, the steak was very good and so was the wine, although the side dish not so much. We left the restaurant happy though.
... hanging out on top of one of the falls. After the falls we went back to the hostel and relaxed until going out for our last meal in Argentina- of course it had to be steak! And it was probably the best one of the entire trip.
Then we drove the whole 30 mins across to Foz do Iguazu, the Brazilian side of the falls. Finally we had entered Brazil, the last stop on the tour and the one I’ve been looking forward to for a long time. Our hostel is amazing, ...