Blue Tree Towers Curitiba
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Room service
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... 1050;урит 80;ба выпал на воскр 77;сенье. Вся центр 72;льная часть город 72; превр 72;тилас& #1100; в ...
... a pound! I bought 3 pastel colours - lilac, coral and mint and they are a delight! Cannot wait to paint my nails! We then headed home on the bus, which was ridiculously jerky, I was so paranoid someone was going to step on my feet and ruin my beautified pedicure! Luckily, i survived haha. On our way home we stopped at a wine shop to get a nice wine to say thank you to Rosana. Luckily the shop assistant who was helping us knows Rosana so knew a wine she ...
... on the Tiger a couple of times and we thought it was a faulty dashboard switch. We removed it, left it hanging under the dashboard and connected a wire to one of the terminals ready to bypass the switch if needed. It worked well there but did not work this time... But the next time we stopped the starter worked fine... Some electric gremlin... In addition, the actual starter and flywheel may fail at any time. You may recall ...
So it was another awesome weekend here in Brazil. I got up early on Saturday morning to take the train from Curitiba to Morretes. One of the first things that I heard about this part of Brazil is that the train from Curitiba to the coast is absolutely amazing. The train goes through the mountains, passing through 13 tunnels and over 30 bridges, offering spectacular views along the way. There are a few different classes of tickets that you ...
... My whole tour went silent and I started sweating like a trooper! My tour guide was swearing under her breath and freaking out. All I could do was keep smiling and try to stay calm. THEN the immigration guys cracked up laughing and I (who can't speak a word of Portuguese) translated that as they were joking and I was in fact fine to swap passports. So in my rush of delight - but cheeky anger at the immigration guys - I stuck both my fingers up at them and said '**** ...