Holiday Inn Porto Alegre
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1st. October – Day 10
It is a quiet day today. Our host is a prolific talker and entertains is during our monumental breakfast. She also takes us over the road to see her mother's house, where rooms are also rented through AIRBNB. The family can trace it roots back to the original German immigrants in the 19th. century. Whereas in Rio de Janeiro, and points north, you see a ...
Was considering spending the night back in Gramado, but hotels now all full and didn’t fancy all that santa/xmas kitsch which was probably overrun by screaming kids. OK, a stop at a chocolate factory on the road where Canela & Gramado now practically merge, some live music, and a wood fired pizza would have been good, but it was not to be.
Quickly popped into Canela to see the ...
... 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 ...
Having bought my ticket the previous day (U$ 2,195 + U$ 20 departure tax with EGA) I had to go back to the desk to check in - show my immigration entry stamp, hand in my passport, and update my ticket with the bus details. I arrived at the terminal at 7:15pm and waited in a very long queue. I'm not sure if I'd caught the after work rush or what as there'd been no queue the previous day but I was soon able to jump it as a 'Porto ...
Work up in Porto Alegre and was pretty surprised with the Crowds already forming getting hipped up for the game at mid day. There was a severe dominance in Algerian supporters. They were already rallying and dancing and singing and chanting. They looked like a big group of drunk chavs, and then I realized, they are muslim, they don't drink. The old ladies selling beers on the side of the road on the walk to the ...