Hotel Centro Europeu Estacao
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A few city shops decided to open so stocked up before trying
to take the tourist bus to visit the far flung sights. First bus was full so
went to cathedral hoping people would have got off there but the queue was
several hundred long!!
Found the local bus to the Oscar Niermayer museum though the
wait was long ...
At the bar waiting for us was a Brazilian band and dancers who welcomed us to the function. There we watched Brazil beat Cameroon. Every Brazilian goal was met with huge fanfare as if we were supporting our own team. It was a great night for the whole GG Army to be together one last time.
From Joe and Mez
... nationalities and also the largest Japanese population outside of Japan.
- Food to some extent. Brazilians eat a lot of rice ...
... have a lot of meat on it and wasnt worth the hassle. After a afternoon siesta in the hammocks we went Horse riding in the wetlands for 2 hours. I had a brown horse who liked to eat green grass and trot fast when the other horses did. Unfortunate for my butt! I liked it more when we galloped than trotting, I think the trick was to actually kinda stand up on the foot ...
... 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 ...