Solar Do Batel B&B

Address: R Goncalves Dias, 645, Curitiba, State of Parana, 80240340, Brazil | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Curitiba

End of our Sabbatical

A travel blog entry by timelaine on Jul 24, 2015

8 comments, 38 photos

We have arrived back home to Curitiba ,Brazil. Eleven months have past since we left home on our sabbatical adventure. This trip has been transformational. We have gone to so many amazing places and done so many incredible things. It was not an easy decision to just quit my job and spend almost a year traveling around the world, but reflecting back it was one of the best decisions we have ever made and it has changed the way we look at the world and all the ...


A travel blog entry by david_irina on Feb 04, 2014

10 photos

... 1090; 80;ба - двух милли 86;нный город, распо 83;оженн& #1099;й между гор. Клима 90; здесь отлич 72;ется ...

A little work, a little play, a lot confused

A travel blog entry by pcandjd on Feb 06, 2013

2 comments, 14 photos

... At the time none of that was making any sense to us as we reverted to charades to try to explain ourselves. We left with every chance we would either never see our washing again, or if we did, a high likelihood that we may have blown our budget for Brazil on having our undies starched and dry cleaned. Oh well, nothing like a crisp set of undies to start your day!

Next stop is Rio and the madness of ...


A travel blog entry by kbreeze on May 01, 2012

... hungry. While we were busy looking through the photo albums our first course arrived, a huge plate of sausage that tasted a lot like bacon. It was amazing! So, let me explain a little bit about how a churrasco is done here in Brazil as compared to the United States. In the US we grill hamburgers, hotdogs, or maybe some steaks or chicken, but whatever the food there are generally two phases to the cookout, the cooking phase and the eating phase. Once the ...

Mountain train and blowing... horns!

A travel blog entry by marclewis on Jan 21, 2011

1 comment, 4 photos

... on the same carriage as us.
The start of the train ride was quite uneventful apart from chatting to some Brazilians who lived relatviely local to Curitiba. Then the fun started! The lead of the band told people about the instrument he played, which was a Bullīs horn and played a few notes on it.
He then found out there were some foreigners on board. Us Brits, a German couple and a Chinese guy. There is a tradition ...