Dan Inn Curitiba
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... opening games of the World Cup. From afar and from the outside it looked like a big metal box. Compared to the other stadiums it was obvious they rushed the finish of this. On the inside however it looked just as good as the other ones.
Joe and Josh had secured tickets at the start of the tour and they were corporate tickets.
... have 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 ...
... animals on the walk other than deer and a few owls. Near the end of the walk we came upon a pond that looked empty in the dark until he shone the spotlight and we saw hundreds of pairs of glowing eyes staring back, it was full of caiman. The Pantanal turned out to be a great surprise for a little side trip. We didn't know we would get a chance to travel that far west in Brazil and neither of us had heard of the region before. We really enjoyed our excursion into the ...
... the malls, we also went to Praša de Espanha (Spanish Square). Curitiba is known for its abundance of parks which are used instead of concrete canals to help control floods. Spanish Square is beautiful and full of people who are just relaxing. There were also some stalls selling antiques as well as what seems to be a gathering of classic car enthusiasts. We were ...
Fomos de ônibus para o largo da ordem, encontra-mos o pla-metanoico... It was a nice morning heading to one of the famous spots in Curitiba. Feira do Largo da Ordem, a unique and exquisite place that has local artists selling their "artesanato" and typical ...