Slaviero Suites Foz do Iguacu
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... being up close and personal with the stunning falls and the roar of water gave you a sense of the massive power. After that, you get another excellent view of the entire complex of falls from a high viewing platform (you can see all the tourists on the Argentinian side) but after that you've done all there is to do, save having our picnic lunch and catching the bus back to Argentina. Nap time for Andy followed and, feeling more human, we had dinner and a ...
... must see and I would recommend it to anyone who ever gets the opportunity to come to South America. Unfortunately as I wasn't feeling well I missed out on going on the boat ride through the falls. Even though this would have been amazing I ended up having a few hours to myself to wander around the park and just found a spot to sit and absorb everything around me. I did nearly get eaten by a giant lizard but I guess that's ...
... end of the straw here even though a guy from Paraguay discovered this place back in the mid-1500s! We arrived after yet another painstakingly long bus trip from Buenos Aires to the little town of Puerto Iguazu. This place reminded us a bit of Rurrenabaque in Bolivia. Hot, humid and sticky with loads of dirt roads and palm trees dotted about all over the place. Arriving at the bus station we were directed to the area where we could catch a local bus to our ...
... in Argentina, it made sense for us to visit the Argentinean side of the Falls first. However, getting there from Puerto Madryn was a bit of a nightmare - the 2500 km journey took us just under 48 hours, no thanks to a flight cancellation by Aerolineas Argentinas. Following an 18-hour bus ride from Puerto Madryn to Buenos Aires, we were supposed to catch a short, 1.5 hour flight to Iguazu. Up till this point, we had been counting our blessings as we had managed ...
... novamente às 19hs de carro desta vez. Passamos pela Alfandega brasileira, não funcionava, e mostramos nossos documentos na da Argentina. Precisa acender as luzes internas e abrir as janelas para o fiscal olhar nossas caras. Na volta precisa fazer o processo novamente para dar saída na documentação.
O "Duty Free" é um lugar muito bonito, bem novo e moderno. Tinha bastante gente ainda. Parece que funciona das 10hs às 21hs, e tem sempre ...
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center