Salvatti Iguassu Hotel
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSalvatti Iguassu Hotel Foz de Iguacu
A reasonable budget hotel, has a pool but the day we arrived it was being cleaned so didn't use it. The decor is dated but clean. Food was great - Dinner buffet for 25 per head very reasonable indeed.
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... plastic falls mack before you go round the falls which costs zippo otherwise you'll spend the whole evening trying to dry your clothes so you can tackle the Argentina side the next day. That's our next challenge and we're doing it via Paraguay to collect some electronics then into Argentina to do the Argentina side of the falls... Which will cost less than 50 quid A full on ...
... H. Stu didnt take long to return however he headlined straight to the bar and wasn't long followed by the Irish girls friend. They both disappeared again. We could only assume that the drunken Irish was in the mini bus that was due to take us home at 6 am and her friend had returned to for Stus "company" let's call it. An hour we waited for Stu to return. But he didn't. We decided to leave and see if he was indeed in the bus with the girls. It turned out ...
... so far (Josh still holds a soft spot for Rio's Ipanema beach sunset)... And honestly, they're going to be hard to beat. Machu Picchu could be in the running, perhaps? We shall see! So we have arrived here in Foz do Iguašu all dreary-eyed off yet another night bus (from Florionˇpolis, remember? Monsoons and hospital drips? Now you remember!), and we had the mission of working out where the hell we were and how to get to our B&B in the town ...
... From Foz do Iguazu on the Brazil side, it was amazing, panoramic views of the 250 waterfalls from below, with powerful speeds and soaking everyone near-by.
That evening, we went for a few drinks with an Irish couple and a French guy we met along the way after we all had free Caipirinhas in the hostel for an hour. We ended up going to a local nightclub and we were the only Gringo's in the place! After one Irish guy got thrown out for wearing flipflops, ...
... 1999 this little open air train was brought from Britain and runs on a very narrow line - the first train filled with passengers and we had to wait 30 minutes for the next one.
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