Hotel Mercure Curitiba Centro
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... seeing me, he was let off. We were both very confused as to how he had got away, but very grateful. I tried to get some sleep, but my neck was stiff and in a lot of pain. I popped some nurofens, and rather than lie in bed depressed, we went out for dinner, then a street party. The next morning, I awake to many messages from friends and family, who have seen my eviction video on ninemsn and channel 9 news. "Aussie gets evicted from World Cup stadium" is on YouTube. Channel 9 ...
... So many upsets, so many goals and so much more to come.
The best thing about this World Cup is being able to watch every game during the day (no waking at 2am in the winter to watch) and being around thousands of fans all yelling at the tv, constant football on everywhere you go... oh I'm in heaven!
So I'm living like a local for a little longer before making my way back to Argentina and heading home! Still have 1 month left, I'm hoping time will move slowly.....
... We walked to one stop but it didn't leave till 9.40 and it was only 8am. After that we walked to the train museum, but that didn't open until the shopping centre did at 10am. The bus came to that stop at 9.20 so we waited, (moving around a bit because there seemed to be some shady characters!) and caught that bus. We got off at the modern art gallery and were very much reminded modern art is not for us, the the building itself was great. After wandering around we went ...
... in a joking way!....double whoops...the group went even more silent, in fact there were gasps as I realised I had translated incorrectly and I was now standing in front of the two men that were my only hope of getting into the country and I had just offended them both at once...eeek. Our tour guide was yet again FREAKING OUT! My face dropped, but then luckily it turned out the guys did have a sense of humour and said they would do what they could and ...
... own right. We visited the Botanic Gardens and the Wire Opera House, each boasting a unique building amidst lush greens.
3. Build a better transport system. Curitiba was the only Brazilian city we visited that offered a shared airport bus service for 8BRL, a cost effective compromise between expensive cab rides and nosebleed cheap but uncomfortable and long bus rides. Even better, there was even wifi ...
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