Hotel Mercure Curitiba Centro
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... of our time in Asia. We visited 12 different countries (USA,India, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Thailand,Laos, Cambodia, Malaysia, Australia, New Zealand, Phillipines, and Indonesia). I can't possible count how many kilometers we have traveled, but by the amount of buses,boats, airplanes,taxis, tuk tuks, bikes or other means of transportation it would be well over 50,000 kilometer. We probably stayed in over 150 different accomodations. We probably visited at least 50 different islands. ...
... goals. Brazilian and Australian colours! We ran out of paint and had to go to a local hardware store and stock up on more green paint.
We also painted poles and tires in the garden.
The kids who were watching us really wanted to join in the fun of painting and took over painting the goals and tires.
... the very famous (in Brazil) Ai Se Eu Te Pego
Although the music was good, it did get a bit awkward for me when everyone else but me knows the lyrics to a song. It was also quite crowded in the club so people in our group constantly disappear then reappear again. We left the club at around 3.30am which is actually ...
... was noteworthy.
Meanwhile, Sean and I wandered around the historic centre (which by the way was really nice, Curitiba is a great city) and researched a train ride and nearby town for a day trip to take the next day. After that we made our ...
... side of the single dirt track road that runs through the middle of the south Pantanal. Vultures feast and wait their turn in the trees above, and reflect natures food chain which keeps this place alive. Caimans, (small crocodiles), line up mouths open in the morning sun, having there teeth cleaned by small birds, as they prepare for another day in the waterholes. Sliding into the murky waters as soon as we ...