Blue Tree Park Lins
Travel Blogs from Lins
... having trouble pronouncing the simple phases in Portuguese, such as "Nice to meet you" (Muito bom).
We took the plant tour, and once again I get to see millions of gallons of water pushing metal, all in the effort to create electricity. Still amazes me that such a simple concept is replicated at a massive scale so we can have power our lives.
Chavantes, which was originally built in 1971, remotely controls the 7 other plants on the river ...
... out of the massive city, and before I knew it, we were traveling roads that could be mistaken for a drive through the North Carolina countryside.
I was traveling with Victor Bruno, and a newer IT employee named Johnny. We stopped half way at a "rest stop" for coffee and a snack. Rest stops here remind me of the ones in Canada. They bundle all the things you could possibly need in one convenient stop. Shopping, food court, ...
... found one in the center of town, walked on the streets, watched some Capoeira in a studio and had a nice dinner. Tomorrow we will arrive to Sao Paulo and finally meet the man we've been emailing with, and get our shock fixed and a new tire. This has been a really long journey since first stopping in at the BMW dealership in Manuas. Hopefully all the parts and resources are there to do the job....I’m more anxious about navigating the largest city I’ve ever been ...
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. ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility