Radisson Hotel Curitiba
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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If wasn't easy to leave all of our friends and family in Brazil. We had so many good farewell parties. This was our last party at the Belino's house. Thanks Team Kenny for putting this together for us!! We will miss all of you, but don't worry, we will be ...
... speaking country. On the way out of the stadium, the police officer took me on a short stadium tour, of the empty stadium. He was really nice and liked Australia. He live Coopers beer and asked if I was a relative of them. I get back to the hotel, and Rimba is lying in the bed. He jumps up to hug me, thinking that I had spoken to the police and got him off his charge. He had been told that he would be escorted to his hotel an then to the airport to leave the country. Then, ...
Not our most successful travel day. Caught a super early taxi to the train station to catch the Serra Verde Express, a 100 year old train that is supposed to have amazing views of the mountains, and the whole reason for going to Curitiba, to find that the major storm the day before had damaged the train and so wouldn't be running today. No mind we thought. Sad, and very unfortunate, but nothing we could do so we still had some tickets for the hop on off bus from the ...
... the coastal mountain range and rainforest to the ocean, also necessitates a lengthy day trip. With a less advantageous natural setting, the urban planners then went about to design their own tourist attractions, covering Curitiba in a swath of parklands amounting to ~50 square meters/capita. Many of the parks are themed to commemorate events, or celebrate certain ethnic groups and people becoming tourist sites ...
... for a hot date. Great food and conversation flowed as I experienced their temporary home first-hand. It was clear they were keen to get their own place as soon as possible and before long they would get their wish. That night Caroline stayed home to look after William while Big and I went out - first to catch up with his friend Bernardo who I had met four years before and then to James to hang out with Alex. It was great to see Big on a Saturday night again after ...