Alta Reggia Plaza Hotel
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Having now become accustomed to long bus journeys, the six hours to Curitiba was a breeze. I had an early start the next day though. I got up at 6am to catch a bus to the train station, for the Serra Verde Express to Morrentes. Morrentes is quite a quaint little town that's worth spending a few hours in. This was more about the journey than the destination though. It's one of the few train routes in Brazil, and I sensed ...
... each, but we didn't take them cuz we wanted to sit together. Plus they were a bit expensive. I guess I had to expect that people would be scalping them.
We decided to go to the botanical gardens to check out curitibas signature building, the green house.so we jumped in a taxi. To our surprise, we were met by a huge group of Aussies who also had the same idea. The hunt was on again for more tickets. After asking a few guys we again got the tip off of the Ibis hotel, ...
... a guide shrug and tell you that wildlife can be unpredictable. Right off the bat we put that to rest. Over the course of the two hour tour we saw howler monkeys, caimans (small alligators), too many birds to count including herons and kingfishers, and capybaras. The best sighting was of a jaguar and her cub drinking along the shore of the river. Even though there are a lot of them in the area this is apparently a pretty rare sighting, usually they see you before you get ...
... tasty and healthy I'm sure! From there we caught the bus back to the botanical gardens to then walk back to where we were staying. Had leftover spaghetti, showered and packed. Our kind host let us stay until we needed to go and catch our bus, so we left there just after 9pm. At 10:15 we went to catch our super comfy bus so find that we hadn't been booked in the super comfy section, despite specifically asking for it, so now we had normal seats for the next 9 hours, ...
... own right. We visited the Botanic Gardens and the Wire Opera House, each boasting a unique building amidst lush greens.
3. Build a better transport system. Curitiba was the only Brazilian city we visited that offered a shared airport bus service for 8BRL, a cost effective compromise between expensive cab rides and nosebleed cheap but uncomfortable and long bus rides. Even better, there was even wifi ...