Deville Porto Alegre Aeroporto
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- Minbar in room
- Tennis Court
- Airport Transportation
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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... we met yesterday on the tour are also there taking a flight to Rio. We have a two-hour layover at Congonhas Airport, which seems to us to be the busiest airport in the world. Announcements go on non-stop, until you want to put ear plugs in.
We arrive in Porto Alegre at 10:15pm, pick up our rental car, a tiny Fiat and check into our hotel. We’ll be off early tomorrow to the Serra Gaścha and Nova ...
... info had reappeared and I could get by with a mix of Spanish and English – it is quickly becoming apparent that
educated people do understand Spanish if they are willing to make the effort, but some, naturally, aren’t!
Thankfully my research paid off and got a decent room close to centre & bus station for about £15. Headed off, via the central market, nibbling ...
... which was the only option available, as "lixo car" was not an option. We spent more than an hour to upgrade the car contract and paid (AUD 1000) for it. We got the hotel "Tremun Mirador del Lago" at about 7 pm. We then went out for dinner (pizza at Napoleon). Before that, we stopped at the tourism office and at the local supermarket to buy water. We got back at the hotel at about 9 pm and were ready for shower and bed after what it was a very long ...
... the terminal, which felt very Brazilian based on the few weeks I'd spent travelling around in June with Foz and Rees for the World Cup - lots of concrete, stalls and people. I found a cash machine and withdrew reals - the Banco do Brasil machines offered this great feature of providing 2 options for denominations you'd like the cash in which meant I was able to select more of the smaller notes. Heading back down to the ticket offices ...
... art museum, theatres, cathedral, the oldest church in Porto (It’s a Brazilian cultural heritage sight) as well as numerous other historical buildings. When we got to the river front the whole of Porto Alegre was there walking, running, using all kinds of crazy transport to relax and have fun. There were lots of stalls selling choco popcorn, churros & all manner of drinks. Despite it being election day and ...