Blue Tree Park Lins
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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So we got to Tabatinga, not as dangerous as everyone makes it out to be. I mean, yea it was dodgy and we almost got run over a few times, but all in all it was OK. The hotel was nice, I should have hoped so for the price we paid for it (We felt like going quality for one night as we knew we`d be spending a lot of time there and not venuring out too much. Turns out we ventured out to the airport far too early the next day, getting the time zones mixed up due to our phones being ...
... a dam on the river, and therefore, Tres Lagoas. Beautiful and larger than I was expecting, we crossed the three lakes and bridge into what seemed a different era of time, because the roads turned into freeways. Well maintained freeways with double lanes, and for this reason, several tolls or, "Pesagem." It seemed as if there were tolls every 20 minutes on Hwy 300, and motorcycles were not free, so far. We arrived in Bauru to find that most hotels were booked? ...
Após rodar o Paraná inteiro, pensamos que teríamos condições de chegar até Indaiatuba, mas estavamos ambos com sono.
Resolvemos parar no posto de gasolina. Veja na foto as condições do carro após dormirmos nele.
After driving up the whole Paraná state, we thought we would be in conditions to arrive in Indaiatuba, but we were both to sleepy.
We decided to stop at a gas stations in Ourinhos. Take a look how the car looked like after we slept in it.
... did not bode well. I spent the day wandering around the Centro section of the city, visiting dodgy markets and drinking juice from the juice bars before I embarked on a 34 hour bus journey to Buenos Aires, en route to the estancia. Oh, by the way, there's a massive concrete walkway spaghetti junction above the roads in Sao Paulo, all very odd and confusing. All in all, pretty unexciting. ...
... it was pleasant enough in the evenings to eat al fresco :o) Highlights for me were certainly the Museum of Afro-Brazilian Art located in Ibapuera Park, which contained a (largely) well presented collection of exhibits from Brazilian artists, ranging from sculpture to religious paintings. If the accompanying information had been translated to English I could easily have spent twice as long there. More disappointing than this was the modern art ...