Blue Tree Towers Caxias do Sul
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... is 10°C (50°F). What a change from Rio, where on one day the temperature had soared to 42°C (108°F)! We see temperature gauges all along the main street, so obviously the climate here is a tourist attraction for the inhabitants of a tropical country. It has even snowed here occasionally.
The main street is lined with stores selling typical articles that appeal to visitors. We notice one unusual fact. All the mannequins in the stores have exactly the same features ...
... br> We get to the entrance to the development, but are uncertain where to go from here. The instructions specify six blocks to the big pine tree, then turn right. We are at a loss. As we get further into the development we find there are no street signs and no one is around who we can ask directions. Fortunately the development is quite small, so more by luck than anything else, we encounter our abode. It's a fabulous, modern three storey home ...
Was a boring route I'd done previously, but at least I could hear a Lord of the Rings DVD that I hadn’t yet seen and yet another **** Marvel I was happy not to hear. Didn’t get to the border until gone 10.30pm and the "expediter" didn’t help, refusing to give me the papers to fill in and withholding my passport.
He managed to get the trainer, perfume and vitamin smuggler through while we had a very long midnight dinner break – who wants to ...
... or 'kay woz ere' like it is at home. Every peice is beautiful and original and it makes the streets so much more colourful and interesting. Apparently, you can even study street art at special schools here and at some universities. I reckon I saw a banksy on a wall in Rio but rob doesnt believe me and we were in a car so I couldn't take a picture.
4. Its hot
5. The mosquitos must like pale skin and although I have never seen any, we both got covered in bites.
... entered 15 degree cold.
What makes Gramado interesting is that it is a German town. Walking down the main street felt like we were in the middle of Europe. It was a very well off town where rich people spent their weekends. It really did not feel like we were in Brazil.