Iguazu Grand Resort, Spa & Casino
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
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... the jungle is that as you are about to land all you can see around you is tree tops! Somehow at the last minute a field appears and you are safely on the ground. A short ten minute drive away was the Sheraton Hotel. Walking into the lobby presents the most amazing and ridiculous sight, through the glass behind the reception desk was our first view of the Iguazu Falls. Checked in, we immediately sat in the bar with a cold beer and sat in silence ...
... et notre recherche est infructueuse. Enfin après avoir demandé dans une pharmacie (les seules boutiques ouvertes), nous en trouvons un. Terry finit par utiliser sa carte car la mienne est encore capricieuse. Sur le chemin du retour nous mangeons dans un restau chinois. La nourriture est excellente avec de grosses portions et plutôt bon rapport qualité/prix. Dimanche 15 février, nous loupons le petit déjeuner buffet car nous avons mal compris ...
We are at Iguazzu Falls "big water" today. We left the hotel at 8.00 and headed to the Argentinian side to explore the falls. Our guide Patricía is really nice and very informative.
Iguazzu Falls - are taller than Niagra and wider than the Victorian Falls. It is made up of 275 individual falls and plummets 82 metres in some sections. The falls stretch for 2.7 kms. Patricia said they are eroding about 3 cm per year, and are therefore slowly moving back. It was declared a world ...
... the Niagara. I am not able to describe in words what the falls are like. And the photos I took do not do the falls justice, but hopefully give some indication of the falls.
The most famous and magnificent spot was called the Devil's Throat. There was a trail on the Argentinian side that used to lead to that spot. But the big flood in June washed away that trail. From the Brazilian side, we walked onto a bridge/viewpoint where we got drippy wet by the violent water spray from ...
... side on the first morning and were amazed. Later that day we took a helicopter flight over the falls also fantastic but we all agreed they are much more impressive from the ground. The following day we were taken to the Brazilian side and WERE BLOWN AWAY. I can understand why one and a half million people visit every ...