Bristol Saint Emilion Hotel

Address: Rua Visconde Do Rio Branco, 1295, Curitiba, State of Parana, 80420-210, Brazil | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on Rua Visconde Do Rio Branco, 1295, Curitiba, is near Parque Barigui, Honey Island (Ilha do Mel), Major Antonio Couto Pereira Stadium, and Guaraquecaba Environmental Protection Area.
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      A travel blog entry by ccchrissie on Jan 01, 2015

      44 photos

      ... Had the barreado works, barreado being a hearty gooey beef
      and cassava gnocchi stew which is served with banana and rice. This was preceded
      by pickled mussels, a couple of fishy dips and a strange sweet pepper, nut and
      raisin relish with bread. After the meat came breaded prawns, stewed prawns, a
      prawn barreado, a prawn soup and a big fillet of fish. Needless to say it was
      masses of food and had to forego the carbs & have the fish to go, but it
      was great (if ...

      The best hamburger's in the world

      A travel blog entry by simonandspencer on Jun 23, 2014

      1 comment, 20 photos

      ... huge expectations on their shoulders but it would be a strong team that can beat them.

      Spencer enjoyed his Burger so much from the previous night that we decided that we'd give Madero's another go. The burgers again didn't dissapoint. We were flagging by then so we caught a taxi home (Unlike Australians, Brazilians don't drink during the game but afterwards they make up for it - there were alot of happy Curitiban's in the ...

      Observing similarities and differences- 19/04/13

      A travel blog entry by heresjonnay on Apr 19, 2013

      ... nationalities and also the largest Japanese population outside of Japan.

    • City infrastructure- Brazilian cities are well developed. There are some subtle signs that this is a developing country but in general the places I’ve been is just like any developed city.

    • Differences

      • Food to some extent. Brazilians eat a lot of rice ...

      Wetlands in drought

      A travel blog entry by pritikshanaran on Dec 19, 2012

      3 photos

      ... communal hammock room to sleep in. We knew it was to be hotter in Pantanal so we bough a massive blow up swimming pool which we set up next to the hammocks, it basically fit all 12 of us in it comfortably. The trees are home to little green and yellow parrots and also the bright blue macaws and they are always in pairs awwww... On our afternoon jungle walk, there were a lot of palm trees. We ...

      Brief stop for the Serra Verde Express to Morettes

      A travel blog entry by jonnyandjanette on Jun 02, 2011

      1 comment, 8 photos

      ... prepared for what arrived. A salad, bread, mussels, bread crumbed prawns, fish croquettes, battered fish fillets, more prawns this time in a sauce, deep fried banana stuffed with meat, followed by the stew itself with rice and beans. An amazing feast and very entertaining waiters made a great day out. Back to Curitiba to pass the time before our overnight bus to Rio de Janeiro – arriving in Rio for a well deserved Saturday night ...