Bristol Londrina Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... This is consumed alone, or in combination with a salad consisting of tomatoes, peppers, onions and spices sitting in a pool of balsamic vinegar and olive oil. You take a piece of bun, make an indentation with your thumb, and stuff it with salad and meat. We gorged ourselves all afternoon up until the match, then focused exclusively on drinking and futebol. Immediately after the match we came right back to the grill. The ...
... Caio was able to translate and track down Catherine, and Rafa looked into accommodation and transport to get to Londrina. My family at home were worried about the wellbeing of Catherine as noone had spoken to her and we had heard that she had been quite ill. However the friendly face that I know was at the bus station to pick us up along with some of the sisters from the house. They then took us to Cambe, a neighbouring ...
... results dinner.
Londrina is a busy town with all the western lifestyle accessories such as dog grooming parlours, so clearly there is a lot of disposable income, as evidenced by the wide range of race cars waiting at the circuit for us to finish. The climate here is hot but no real humidity, temperature was 33.5 degrees C as we drove into town at 5pm. We noticed that London was in for another single digit temperature day- we are going to freeze when we get ...
... also right next to a shopping mall (huge) if you've forgotten anything at all on your trip. The dinners are extremely tasty here if a little expensive. I had the Risotto of Pineapple with File Mignon....that's right....be jealous....
... nothing on sight. The plan is to head south via the east coast of Brazil, until the southern-most part of land at Chuí, then cross over to Uruguay, drive west until Montevideo, and after a few days catch a ferry to Buenos Aires (Argentina). After this I plan to head southwest, towards Neuquén and the Andes. Pucón, Osorno, Junín, Bariloche and Puerto Montt. At this ...