Duomo Park Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... br> The drive from the top of the Serra Verde down towards the coast 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 off the multitude of bathers, boaters and floaters. Was nice ...
... The chants were going good. Not many Aussies around us, but we had the whole Brazilian crowd, getting right into it and clapping along. The national anthem game on and the two of us belted it out proudly, throwing beers on each other. A couple of spectators complained about getting a couple of drops on them. All in all, the crowd enjoyed our passion. Everything was going quite good, until Spain scored their first goal. Rimba gets up on the chair and drops his dacks in front of ...
... in the pitch black of the night with him warning us about stepping on vipers and how sometime farmers walking home from having a few drinks at a neighbors place never make it back, thanks to prowling jaguars, as well as how the road we were walking on was a common path for drug runners from Bolivia. I'm sure there was some truth in what he was saying, but he was definitely having a good time trying to scare the gringos and he may have exaggerated a few things. We didn't ...
We got on the bus early for our 6 hr journey to Curitiba, half way through the journey it started raining… and didn't stop for several days!!! It was raining when we went out for dinner that night, it was raining when we went out on the hop on hop off open top bus tour the next day, and it was still raining when we got back to hotel in the afternoon!!
That night we were getting an overnight bus to Foz de Iguacu to see the falls, but due to the rain and ...
... Another Brazilian phenomenon are buffet restaurants where you buy your food by the kilo. At lunchtime, there a loads of places offering per kilo buffets, including a vegan India-inspired one which we found which served curry - kinda!? The locals here, more than any other country in South America that we have found, are really friendly. They are eager to practice their English and find out about us, particularly as we are a mixed couple which they seem to ...