Hotel Boutique Quinta Das Videiras
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... as this is a beachy place!) but we had a nice walk to one of the nearby beaches which took about 30 minutes and didn't get sweaty for a change. After watching the surfers from a rock we then headed back to cook dinner. Monopoly deal (a great card game) was played in the evening ...
... gaps there!), to some of the different legends of the area. If I couldn´t go snorkelling, I was happy to get this experience.
All in all, Florianopolis was a great stop and a great place to recharge our batteries. We could have probably been a bit more productive and seen more than we did but then as a German traveller reminded me "a day on a beach is never a wasted day". Haha! To this I will have to agree!
... The old part of Florianopolis was quite beautiful with colourful old colonial buildings lining the water and cobbled walkways that where for pedestrians only. After a wander around and no success in finding a adapter we found a churro van and decided to tuck into a delicious Spanish donut. We where pretty happy with the Churros and saw it as a good sign that the Churros where going to be better in Brazil! We returned to the waterfront where we found a market in one of ...
... best friend and I decided to start this trip. Fist we took a bus to arrive to Florianopolis and it lasted 10 hours; it was hard and exhausting! But when the bus is arriving to the city, you can see a beautiful bridge called Hercílio Luz and you forgot the tiredness. After we got to Florianopolis Palace Hotel where many foreigners stay because it is cheap and near to the downtown. I recommend you!
The first days, ...
... battered from the sea. They allowed me to show off my (non-existent) climbing skills as I inched very slowly down the slightest of decline, being over taken by people who must have been mountain goats in the previous life, while George waited patiently to pull me across the next huge (tiny) gap.