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    How many days in Iguazu Falls?

    If you have only that day, then do it! But if you can add at least one more day, do it, it will really worth!! You can visit the falls in the Argentinean side and in the Brazilian side. In the Brazilian side, you will have the panoramic view, and around 3 hours will be enough. But in the Argentinean side, you will be able to experience the falls... There are 5 tours or ways that you can take within the park, which it will take you the whole day, and you will finish very tired! But it is really amazing! If you take the time to get into the falls and pay the cost to get there, then try to do both sides. If you have to chose only one, then go to the Argentinean side. If you have more time, you can go to Itaipu or the Birds Park, in the Brazilian side. Enjoy the falls, one of the new Natural Woders! over 7 years ago

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    Best place to go in South America?

    This is a tough question... From my point of view, the best place is PATAGONIA, in South Argentina: you have mountains, glaciers, whales watching, lakes, rivers, sea, history, wines, diving, skying, fishing... You'll find there wonderful landscapes! Other really good places you might consider are: 1) Brazil: Rio de Janeiro, Ouro Preto, Salvador 2) Bolivia & Peru: Titi-Caca Lake, Cuzco, Machu Pichu, Lima, Huaraz 3) Ecuador: Quito, Galapagos Islands. Enjoy Southamerica! over 7 years ago

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    Has a 2-3 hour layover in Milan (en route to Pescara)... thoughts on how I may best use this time...?

    Agree with Andrew and Priyanka: go to the Duomo Square! Depending on how much time do you have, get into the Duomo, go up for a panoramic view, walk through the Galleria Vittorio Emmanuelle (type of shopping). In the oder side of the Galleria you can take a look at the Opera (Teatro alla Scala). Also, if you like shopping, you will be at just a a couple of blocks from the Via Monte Napoleone; at least you would like to go there just to walk around. Finally, before going back to the train station, take a coffee looking at Duomo Square. Enjoy Milan! over 7 years ago

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    Hi im going on my hunny moon in july were is the best placeto go?

    1) Paris 2) Italy 3) Italy...specifically, the Amalfi Coast 4) A Caribbean beach 5) Patagonia! in South Argentina... Wonderfull nature! over 7 years ago

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    My husband and I are visiting Florence, Rome and Venice in June! Any pointers!

    I'd summarize few things: 1) Plan to stay not less than 3 full days at each of those cities. If possible, book 4 days for each city. 2) You won't need a car at all on those cities. 3) You can go by train from one city to the next one. 4) There are many things to do in each one of those cities: then, plan what would yo like to know and to do, in order to use your time more effectively. 5) Also include in your plan enough time for having a long lunch or dinner at typical italian restaurants. 6) In Rome, take the hop off hop on bus: it will help you in visiting the city in less time and at a less cost. 7) In Florence, don't miss the Piazzale Michelangelo: a great panoramic view! -you can get there by the local bus, very easy-. 8) In Venice, plan to spend time just walking and getting you lost!... Enjoy Italy! over 7 years ago

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    What are must sees or must dos in Cuba?

    Plan to stay at least 2 or 3 days in La Habana. Spe ifically, vIsit 'La Habana Vieja' (The Old Habana), which is a place named World Heritage Site, by Unesco: 1) Visit Plaza de Armas, 2) Visit Museo de la Revolucion, 3) Walk around the National Capitol 4) I think a good way to get to know this city is taking a city-tour. At 'The Old Habana' there are few nice hotels. Unfortunately I don't have an specific recommendation, but I saw them walking around in the area. I think it's a good idea to stay in the area. Enjoy Cuba! over 7 years ago

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    Any tips on amazon tours in South Peru/Manau?

    Still need the info? over 7 years ago

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    places to visit in South America close to buenos Aires

    When you say "close", in how many miles / kilometers are you thinking about? (approximately) Are you open to fly from Buenos Aires to another place? over 7 years ago