Tulip Inn

Address: Barao do Cerro Azul St 261, Curitiba, State of Parana, 83005-430, Brazil | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located on Barao do Cerro Azul St 261, Curitiba.
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Travel Blogs from Curitiba


A travel blog entry by ccchrissie on Dec 31, 2014

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A ghost town this morning, with even the "Shopping", what they call a mall here, not open. A bit of a wait for a bus, but at least turned out to be free – others have been half price on Sundays.

Not so, long distance! - but happily frequent services as the queue was over 20 mins long. But both were far shorter than the queue of traffic on the BR 101 going south towards the beaches – happily ...

Brazil - Curitiba

A travel blog entry by mattcoopers on Jun 22, 2014

... ticket for cost price, off a young aussie bloke. When we got in the stadium, I once again sat in a different seat to my category 3 ticketed seating. The two of us sat together, and immediately started with the chants. "Cahill's a top bloke, but we came for cheap coke", Green & Gold until we're dead, Racking lines of Breshies head" and a specific one for this game "we don't have Cahill, but Spaniards have no skill". Cahill couldn't play the 3rd game due to getting too many ...

Day 17: Waking up in Curtiba

A travel blog entry by sanjayzimmerman on Aug 18, 2013

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... is almost inexistent and people are very friendly here. The city is surrounded by parks, museums and cultural events. For example, we simply walked into a live show in a Cultural house where there were about 50 young people simply dancing and clapping to the music. Our first day here was great... we might even want to stay more than 3 days now.


Wetlands in drought

A travel blog entry by pritikshanaran on Dec 19, 2012

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... of small ponds with a few caimans and capybaras, but then we reached this bigger pond and it was like this scary movie I haven't seen yet (surprise surprise) called "The hills have eyes" ..coz all you could see in the reflection of the torch were bright yellow and green eyes staring back at ya, like hundreds!! As we got closer we could see the bodies, hundreds all lined up around the pond as if ...

Ciao from Curitiba!

A travel blog entry by comfortsontour on Oct 28, 2012

1 comment, 20 photos

... spoke no word of English.

So far Brazil seems to be a country of well endowed beautiful people - we discovered that people here have more plastic surgery than anywhere else in the world, second only to South Korea. People here have plastic surgery to their eyes, noses, chins, but most commonly boobs and bottoms are the areas targeted for... shall we say inflation! In fact you could say bottoms and boobs are big business here in Brazil! :)