Hotel & Spa Do Vinho Caudalie Autograph Collection
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... have blue eyes, truly not a very Brazilian feature, though perhaps the German immigrants here want to keep them ethnically correct. I took a picture of some of those who looked like they had endured a rough night!
It's so cold that we drop by Planalto for a cup of hot chocolate. Chocolate is one of the area’s local industries, and there is a temping variety in the shops along the main street.
We drive on to the town of Canela, a few miles away, but the weather ...
... architecture, that the whole area relies on this fact to attract visitors. There are few original buildings, so in a way it is a little kitschy. We have soon strolled right through the town from one end to the other.
Being so German influenced, we feel we should try a local German style restaurant. We drop by Restaurante Lindenhof. It’s a vast hall with a varied buffet lunch counter and of course, we eat far too much. The joys of ...
... here in the south it is almost entirely Caucasian.
We pack our bags ready for the rather long flight. Although Porto Alegre is little more than a hour away by air from Iguaçu, there are no direct flights, so we have to connect in Sāo Paulo.
We take a last look around this attractive town, enjoy a full buffet lunch for just Rs.14 (US$3.50), and then take the bus to the airport. The ...
... the beaches from Copacabana to Ipanema (to watch the sun set) to Leblon, very cool & there is a bike lane all the way along. Great start to this part of the tour & great way to see the area. Home for a quick shower then off for dinner with some of the crew, had a beautiful paella @ a cute place on the ...
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 ...