Radisson Hotel Curitiba
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room
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... lions, birds and other animals. Spencer took lots of photos of the buildings that Niemeyer designed (primarily in Brasillia) and has lots of information for his school project when he gets home Given it was our last day we did a bit shopping for World Cup souvenirs for Eleanor and Campbell and then taxied out to the Airport. A quick flight back to Sao Paolo and we boarded our flight for New York - next day the Big Apple ...
just graduated and it’s a shame I can’t be at this ceremony. It will be
my turn next year though.
In other news
Camila was showing me some Brazilian music last night and funk came
up. In Brazil funk is a type of dance music is that is not of the
highest class and it is essentially a booty dance. I think this is the
type of dance many people think of ...
... we had to pay out that good luck with the expected 6 hour, actual 9 hour bus trip to Curitiba; delayed as a result of horrendous traffic out of Sao Paulo.
Both of us were kind of relieved to be leaving Sao Paulo. You really want to love the place, you do, but it’s just so hard. He’s an example; you don’t expect outbound city highways to be pretty but Sao Paulo’s straddles this brown water cement canal and is encased ...
... Bolivian man and his dog push in front of us), no toilets, trucks pretty much driving over our feet, no food! Could this be any *******! YES!!!! We didn’t get through...and there was no way we were waiting another 2hrs to try and get through in the arvo. So Plan B came into action - apparently it’s ok to walk into Brazil without a departure stamp from Bolivia or a stamp into Brazil... Or maybe we were just illegal immigrants for a couple of ...
Our team members split up and went with their host families on Sunday morning. My host, Douglas arrived a 8 AM as promised and we traveled over 100 km to visit his mother and mother-in-law on Mother's Day. My journey took me through the countryside to towns that often looked more German than Brazilian and the conversation around me was a mixture of ...