Everest Palace Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Concierge desk
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... inhabitants) and a sketchy bus station location. In fact, I didn’t
think the area too bad and certainly not enough to justify all the dire
My credit card company had, yet again, blocked the card so
had to go back to the hotel to try and sort it on the **** wifi, so bad that it
took about 10 calls, each with a new person, to get through the whole rigmarole
– the guy ...
... which was the only option available, as "lixo car" was not an option. We spent more than an hour to upgrade the car contract and paid (AUD 1000) for it. We got the hotel "Tremun Mirador del Lago" at about 7 pm. We then went out for dinner (pizza at Napoleon). Before that, we stopped at the tourism office and at the local supermarket to buy water. We got back at the hotel at about 9 pm and were ready for shower and bed after what it was a very long ...
... the terminal, which felt very Brazilian based on the few weeks I'd spent travelling around in June with Foz and Rees for the World Cup - lots of concrete, stalls and people. I found a cash machine and withdrew reals - the Banco do Brasil machines offered this great feature of providing 2 options for denominations you'd like the cash in which meant I was able to select more of the smaller notes. Heading back down to the ticket offices ...
I didn't have much planned for today apart from checking out and having a walk around, but Katie sent me a Facebook message in the morning asking if I wanted to go to Gramado. Vitorio couldn't make it as he had studying to do so Katie picked me up and we drove to Gramado (stopping at her house so she could change as she spilt coffee over her jeans). The trip took about 1 hour 45 mins. We had a nice talk on the ...
... support one or other of the teams and wear their colours all the time. I haven’t seen a city (Not on match day) with so many people wearing their teams colours before. On the way to the stadium we saw a converted power plant which is now an art & cultural centre, a disused half-finished monorail that looks like the one in the Simpsons and a sculpture than can be described as rude even though apparently it’s ...