Plaza Sao Rafael Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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I flew to Porto Alegre today. Got up, had breakfasts and had a last walk along Leblon beach listening to my iPod. Went back to the hostel and checked out, said my goodbyes to others at the hostel and Andrew and I (Indonesian/Canadian guy) shared a cab to the airport (he was flying to Sao Paulo for work). We met up airside and he bought me lunch on his work expenses and chatted for a while before my flight. Vitorio met me at the airport and we took a bus to the ...
... last night!
When the party finished, We both had time to kill before Alex went off to a work function to meet the Canadian ambassador for Brazil at a book fair. We had a coffee, then met one of her friends who rode past us unexpectedly, followed by a beer at a dingy bar.
It started raining, we parted ways and I came back to the apartment. I had been told by a number of people that the book the Alchemist was an absolutely must read. Considering I am ...
... for the evening. Single handedly stop traffic. About an hour in, I saw my chance. An open intersection that had no one blocking cars. It was my time to shine. I stopped about 10 cars. Night complete.
We couldn't be bothered doing to whole 2 hour ride, and we were getting really far away from our final destination so we decided to bail on the rest of the peloton and head to a bar that Mike knew about. On the way there, we stopped at another bar ...
... they returned to tell them not to swim in the lake.
Our tourist map showed a place called "the most beautiful street in the world". Ok tourist map, you have our attention. It was a bit of a walk away, but also conveniently next to a shopping mall, where there would no doubt be food, water and air conditioning. We risked death again. Again, we were rewarded, with what is literally the world's most beautiful street. I even googled it afterwards, and it is the number ...
We woke up and finally checked out! We said bye to all of our friends and made our way to the bus station on the excessively slow public transport to catch our but to Porto Alegre at 12:15. When the bus finally stopped, we ran, with all of our stuff for about a kilometer to get to the ticketing office in time to buy a ticket. The bus was full. And the only one that was going to get ...