Caravelle Palace Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCaravelle Palace Hotel Curitiba
Muito bom atendimento e boas instalações! Sem o que reclamar!
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... stops. It was even more painful as forced to endure loud obnoxious
drunk shouting for hours on end – the trip was supposed to be 3 hours – took 4.5!
Despite that and the 50 real fee (22 less travelling in this
direction!), it was a nice trip, ascending through the jungle and rock
outcrops, crossing rivers and ravines, through tunnels and over rickety bridges.
They even had not ridiculously overpriced beer for sale in economy – why pay
... 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. ...
... 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.
... 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 ...
... 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 ...