Bristol Metropolitan Flat

Address: Rua Emiliano Perneta 261, Curitiba, State of Parana, 80010-050, Brazil | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on Rua Emiliano Perneta 261, Curitiba, is near Parque Barigui, Honey Island (Ilha do Mel), Major Antonio Couto Pereira Stadium, and Guaraquecaba Environmental Protection Area.
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      Sam

      A travel blog entry by ccchrissie on Jan 01, 2015

      44 photos

      ... offered jungles and views as far as the eye could see, with rocky crags,
      a big winding river and the sea beyond.

      Morretes was a lovely little town, with a colonial heart
      along the big curves of the brown fast flowing river – this didn’t put of the
      multitude of bathers, boaters and floaters. Was nice to see plenty of
      establishments open and to finally enjoy a decent meal after weeks of Brazilian
      breakfasts, lunchtime snacks & sandwich dinners.
      ...

      The best hamburger's in the world

      A travel blog entry by simonandspencer on Jun 23, 2014

      1 comment, 20 photos

      ... we lacked any potent attack. Spain fielded a full strength side which on its day would clean up most teams - our boys held their own and it was only small defensive mistakes that lead to their goals.

      After the game we walked back to the hotel for a rest and then watched the Brazil v Cameroon game in the hotel lobby. Like the first game, the entire nation stopped and when Neymar Jnr scored (he scored twice) the place went nuts. ...

      Observing similarities and differences- 19/04/13

      A travel blog entry by heresjonnay on Apr 19, 2013

      ... lies in that students in Brazil are a lot more proactive in their own self development and AIESEC is seen as a really good development tool here. Brazilians also associate well with the AIESEC culture which makes assimilation easier.

    • Multiculturalism- so I think it is already clear that Brazil is a very multicultural country. The residents are made up of every ...

    • Wetlands in drought

      A travel blog entry by pritikshanaran on Dec 19, 2012

      3 photos

      Arriving in the blazing heat of the late afternoon in Pantanal, I was expecting wetlands. Apparently a drought this year, a lot of the ponds have dried up (which also means less mozzies - yay. We also learnt that mozzies like black clothing which I'll remember forever). Our accommodation for the next few nights is a farm with horses, outdoors hammock area instead of couches and a tv, outdoor showers ...

      Brief stop for the Serra Verde Express to Morettes

      A travel blog entry by jonnyandjanette on Jun 02, 2011

      1 comment, 8 photos

      ... as that’s where the mountain rescue team got off.

      We arrive in Morretes just before lunch time which is a small colonial village surrounded by lush, green mountains and is very picturesque. We take a walk along the river before our main activity of the day – lunch. We head to lunch spot on the river called Madalozo for the local speciality called barreado – a meat stew served with rice, we ...