Hotel Boutique Quinta Das Videiras
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Night buses in Brazil are an experience in themselves. Firstly, they are freeezing! Its a funny thing needing to be in trousers and a winter jumper, under a big blanket on the bus, only to start sweating again when you get off at every service station. Of which they stop at every few hours and turn all the lights on waking everybody up.
Needless to say that when we arrived in Florianopolis at 8am we were a little ...
... you must first get to the port side town of Paranagua and the nicest way to get (mostly) there is by a scenic train ride through the forest and over the mountains via the Sierra Verde Express. A lovely, pleasant and relaxing 3 hours. The ride was great and since the car was not full we could scoot about the train looking for the best spot to take in the views.
The Sierra Verde Express deposited us in the little village of Morettes where ...
... for about 5 minutes but after getting Sea urching spikes stuck in my toes decided to get out and not return. I am still paying 2 weeks later as they have never come out of my foot. That evening we decided to take it easy and just endulge in one beer after our dinner. Florianopolis was such a beautiful peaceful place we only wish we could have stayed a bit longer. The following day we were catching a bus to Uruguay.
Kirsty & Joe
... and Christian Luke in concert. The following night we watched Steve Angello from Swedish House Mafia at Green Valley, which was rated the third best club in the world last year. The show was absolutely mind-blowing from the lasers forming prisms and waves to an intense combination of fog and flamethrowers, all in sync with the music. My favorite part of the night was the balloon drop of long clown balloons, which began as a sword fight, progressed to a jumping/popping party, ...
For me, that place felt like it should have been the "holiest" of places I have ever entered. It was really cool to see such a monument to 'GOD', but at the same time when you were in there, you felt like a microscopic particle. The intricate architecture and aged sculptures made me feel tiny and although in awe, under the palm of some goliath, celestial being. Which is weird for me, because to me, Jesus is like ...