- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
Photos of Hotel Suica
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Suica Foz de Iguacu
Travel Blogs from Foz de Iguacu
... We were pretty hungry by the time we arrived, so decided to venture out to get some local food, and were safely back in the hotel shortly after. We had heard some horror stories about safety in Buenos Aires so we carried only the bare essentials with us whenever we ventured out.
Some call this place the Paris of South America, and there are certainly some architectural references to the French capital, but you have to look pretty hard to see ...
... very close to us. After that we boarded the little train that took us into the heart of the park and started the superior circuit, which led us around the top of the falls. To say the falls are beautiful, amazing, etc, does not even begin to do them justice. They are both of those things and looking at them fall was one of the most impressive things I've ever seen. The superior circuit was very crowded, but even so, you could still appreciate the beauty. The ...
... to explain the map. He then helped us book our boat tour (another R140 each) and left.We were booked onto the first boat tour of the day. We managed to decipher the instructions from our guide and waited at the correct pick up platform. A huge truck pulled up and about 20 of us piled in. A lady stood at the front with a mic and talked to us about the local wildlife (in 3 different languages!) for about 20 mins as we drove towards the river. We later realised that had ...
... means shake your hips until you can do no more...at least that's what it looks like it;-)...the numerous stands around selling increadibly good and cheap Caipirinha and Caipifruta (caipi with condensed milk) helped most tourists to follow the lead of the local men...As a sign that the world is a small place I met a couple that was with me on the free walking tour and we spend a couple of great nights on this little square and on the island.
From then on my days ...
... played several rounds of Ping-Pong and I hesitantly must admit to losing to Ari for the first time ever!!! And then, in a rematch, he beat me again! I think my Ping-Pong glory days have passed.
Following this personal humiliation, we packed up and headed across the border, for the 5th and final time, this year at least, to Argentina. By the time we arrived to Bamb˙ Hostel in Puerto Iguaz˙, settled in and explored the town a bit, the day was nearly over. ...