Iguazu Grand Resort, Spa & Casino
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Tennis Court
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
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... to the Mercado Municipal to find the tourist information and to see the market, but it turned out to be less interesting than advertised and just a regular food market. We did get a map of the city and some advice though, and decided to start by visiting the Edificio Martinelli. This building from 1929 was the first skyscraper in the city and still offers pretty good views in every direction from the roof. As a bonus, it was free. However, the views also show just how boring the city ...
... through the spray, all while screams rang out around me. I don't really know how the driver saw what he was doing. I was soaked through to my pants and socks. Perhaps I should have taken my hiking boots off first. Anyway, the squelching didn't last for too long and my pants were dry a couple of hours later.
The timing of this visit was pretty good, as a new walkway across the top had been opened just 2 days earlier. ...
... of the falls we experienced stunning panoramic views and the next day in Argentina we were able to get quite close. One of the most awesome views was of the Devil's Throat. Scary, stunning and very wet all at once. Our guide pushed us to get there early and it was worth it, beating the larger tour groups to wonderful views and a cold shower.
... intersection of the next highway where we should have gone in the first place. Undeterred we put the thumbs up again and again within 10 minutes had a ride across the border to the small town of Gualeguaychú, Argentina. Places like Gualeguaychú are beauty of traveling without a plan. A small town set on the confluence of two rivers, with historical architecture, a wonderful costanera (riverside trails) and a massive beautiful park make this place ...
... old son Mathias is very eager to learn some English from us. We check in, leave one car behind and immediately go into town to the real tourist office, in order to be informed about the falls we will visit Saturday. Puerto Iguazu is a small town on the border between Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay, formed by the Parana river and the Iguazu river that flows into it, from the falls. We take a quick look at the drielandenpunt because it is getting dark. ...