Bourbon Batel Express Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... main market in Curitiba.
The market was endless as it went down and across several streets and it was absolutely packed. There were fun crafts and delicious food.
GAME DAY: Australia Vs Spain
Finally we reached our 3rd and final game day.
Merryn and Chrissy had managed to luckily get late tickets and were ...
... is brand new and was unfortunately the site of many construction workers deaths. The stadium was only officially completed last week and it was clear from the mish-mash of white, grey and dark grey seats that it was a last minute job. Nonetheless, the stadium design is spectacular and the seating angle very steep so we had a fantastic view of all the action. As for the game, Spain were simply a class above our young cubs and without ...
... animals on the walk other than deer and a few owls. Near the end of the walk we came upon a pond that looked empty in the dark until he shone the spotlight and we saw hundreds of pairs of glowing eyes staring back, it was full of caiman. The Pantanal turned out to be a great surprise for a little side trip. We didn't know we would get a chance to travel that far west in Brazil and neither of us had heard of the region before. We really enjoyed our excursion into the ...
... I got it sorted and was able to contact people again!!
So anyway, I had lunch with Augusto and had pasta with meat on the side. You get to choose what type of pasta you want, what type of sauce and if you want extra meat on the side. I opted for a Cabonara with fettuccine and pieces of filet mignon. I was so full from that I didn’t end ...
... Iguacu next to the Brazil/Paraguay border. There we plan on seeing the great Iguacu falls, maybe doing a little shopping in Ciudad Del Este while trying to avoid getting mugged on the bridge over the border, and hopefully meeting some more backpackers as we haven't really done that since Paraty (perhaps it was because I hadn't changed my boxers and Fred still hasn't changed his tshirt...)