San Juan Eco Hotel
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... weather was bad on days we travelled, but good while we were staying in a place. We did consider ourselves lucky.
It can't have been long since Argentina updated its smoking laws, because despite hotel rooms having No Smoking signs everywhere, people still seem to smoke in them. Worse than having a room smelling of yesterday's smoke, the smell of fresh smoke was coming through our bathroom vent. Equally annoying was that we might be accused ...
... over the edge so you can look down over the drop. Unfortunately a huge flood had totally destroyed the bridge so this is no longer open which is even more reason to head over to the Brazilian side where you can still do this. Since it was a Saturday, the park was really busy and at times on the trail you had to queue up to get a good view of the falls from the various lookout points. The views on the Brazilian side are different to the Argentinian side because the path ...
... cats. Well worth the money to see the topography with the 2 rivers merging into the falls and the extent of the falls confirming that, in our opinion these falls are better than Niagra and Victoria Falls. Massive.
On the advice of Raquel we went to the bird park before going to see the falls again from the Brazilian side. Another great experience, something Tom and I would not normally do. The photo tells the story ...
Ciudad Del Este is growing on us, once you leave the crazy trading/border zone the rest of the city is quite peaceful, tranquil and much more laid back.It has a lake, grassy parks and nice surburbs which we enjoyed strolling around. It’s almost like 2 places in one. We were heading out to the south of the city and took a bus 10km before hoping off in the middle of a small town. We walked about 1km before our first view of the Salto Del Monday ...
... the money to go up. Soon it was back to the hotel and I've never been more excited to have a hot shower. We headed out to dinner at 7:30 to a local BBQ restaurant and once again the food was excellent, can't fault it. Some people wanted to head out for a few quiet drinks, but all I wanted to do was go back to the hotel and go to bed. We have to be up and out of the hotel at 3am as we have to get a flight to Curitiba, then have a 5 hour layover, before going onwards to ...