- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Curitiba
... stops. It was even more painful as forced to endure loud obnoxious
drunk shouting for hours on end – the trip was supposed to be 3 hours – took 4.5!
Despite that and the 50 real fee (22 less travelling in this
direction!), it was a nice trip, ascending through the jungle and rock
outcrops, crossing rivers and ravines, through tunnels and over rickety bridges.
They even had not ridiculously overpriced beer for sale in economy – why pay
... the days Sunday and Monday, being the days that a lot of places are closed. We've met some nice people here as well, which always helps. On another night bus out tonight, and if at anything like the last one, we'll be fine. We booked the cheapest option, but by a happy chance were accidentally upgraded and had lovely reclining, comfortable, spacious seats and a fairly good night's sleep, considering. I'm not holding out much hope for us to be that lucky twice in a row. Fingers ...
My facebook feed has been flooded with two things yesterday.
Firstly the marriage equality bill has finally been passed in New
Zealand making it the 13th country to do so. This passing means that
same sex couples can now officially marry and share the same rights as
conventional couples. This is a progressive step in New Zealand as the
law finally catches up with an issue that ...
... all really wanted to catch a piranha so a few of us waded into the alligator infested water, I went up to my shins. We were there for a few hours it was great fun best kind of fishing, you could feel them nibbling on the line all the time and avoiding the alligators was extra sport. Once enough were caught for dinner we headed back to the farm. On the way we saw a toucan and the otters from earlier had killed a couple of alligators and were tucking in so we ...
... taken to a hotel. We learned that the train was cut off aswell as the three major roads that could have taken us to the coast due to major flooding and landslides. We won't be able to go today so Thomas, our guide, who actually lives in Curitiba is trying to keep us happy and entertained here. We went to a nice nature park with a lake with high cliffs, the museum/art gallery and ...