Golden Tulip Brasilia Alvorada
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... enough so I decided to buy my ticket online. Hmmm problem being a foreigner in Brasil is that you need a CPF (Brasilian Identification card) to be able to buy anything online. I did manage to find a part for foreigners to buy a ticket without one but the catch was you had to pay in US dollars, and the company was using a very unfavourable exchange rate. ($92USD (R$250) for a R$130 bus) what a joke. I asked Alejandra if I could give her cash and ...
... been to the tent and I have an army of ants marching past! There are thousands of them - I have never seen so many! I had left the tent bag in the way of their marching and they were all clustered around it wondering how to get past! I just hope they don't invade my tent - or worse, carry me away in the night! I have removed all food from the tent, just in case! Fingers crossed!!
... that has happened the past week, or two for me. The food is just as good as the day before. David wants to try different meats, so we get some more unique dishes but are sure to get the sausages and picayne steak, both of which are the highlights of the meal.
We finish up and head back to the hotel, stopping at the liquor store for a couple cigars, in preparation for the NBA Draft. The TVs are not ...
... We spent some more time mooching around the city admiring
the buildings, and then headed back to the hostel to get ready to go out for
dinner. It was meant to be a group meal but we have wanted to go out for a
proper Brazillian all you can eat barbeque since we got here and Billy gave us
a good suggestion, so we decided to go for that.
Oh my word, I am quite glad we haven’t been to one yet as it
was so good we would both have put on 3 stone by the time we ...
... easily around the city with dedicated bus lanes and... wait for it Boris, double bendy buses. In Curitiba we also experienced a little more of the Christmas experience with some traditional Christmas markets and a Christmas parade that bordered on the bizarre. Elsewhere we have had more traditional shows of Christmas singing, though not quite the familiar carols that we know so well. Of course it always seems a bit odd to be celebrating Christmas when ...