Iguazu falls (Argentinian side)

We got to Iguazu in the afternoon and the airport was so small, I felt like I was at the Pocono ski lodge. 20140707-081103-29463911.jpg

We got to the hotel and it was crazy. The room was unreal…

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It was pouring rain so we ate at the hotel’s fabulous restaurant with glass walls out to the same similar view. We ended up hanging out in the hotel room watching the rain and tv.
All night my mom was saying how she wanted to see monkeys. Especially after we saw this sign…

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Monkeys we woke up and saw…

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We went to the park pretty early to avoid crowds… It was unlike anything, so magnificent.

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There were also these creatures called coati. They were similar to a raccoon but a lot more friendly.

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Despite all of this my favorite part of the hotel may have to be the included breakfast buffet, and DIY mimosas bar.

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2 thoughts on “Iguazu falls (Argentinian side)”

  1. Wow…the falls look incredible..!! The DIY bar looked like alot of fun too..!! All is good in the states..!! 🙂 Stu

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