Master Express Cidade Baixa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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1st. October – Day 10
It is a quiet day today. Our host is a prolific talker and entertains is during our monumental breakfast. She also takes us over the road to see her mother's house, where rooms are also rented through AIRBNB. The family can trace it roots back to the original German immigrants in the 19th. century. Whereas in Rio de Janeiro, and points north, you see a ...
... as I went, on a couple of walking routes of the prettiest bits of the city – despite first impressions, there are some impressive old buildings, though the dull drizzly skies didn’t make for decent photos or views when I got to the cultural centre on the point. First impressions were of a gritty port, some run down shacks surrounded by rubbish (recycling is a popular job for ...
We woke up at 5 am to get ready for the trip. Grandpa Jorge took us to the airport at 6.30 am. We got to the airport at 7.20 am. After checking in, we bought some comic books (Turma da Monica) and some lollipops, then we went up to the terrace to watch planes landing and taking off. Just before going to security, we had a hot chocolate at "Lugano Chocolates de Gramado". The leg of the trip to Buenos Aires was made on a Brazilian-made ...
... a ticket for 12:45pm departure for 80 realis with Santoanjo and then hung around for a few hours. There's an Internet cafe in the terminal and then a waiting area on the upper section. With temperatures in the late 20s there wasn't much sign of sunshine and I'd been getting reports of bad weather all up the coast, so my dream of a beach weekend in Florianopolis slipping away from me I joined the bus and set off. I guess we'll just have to ...
... employed purely to sing chants. They hardly watched the game.
That didn't bother us, and by the end of it we got into the cheering.
When the game ended the streets were packed with people, but we had a quick dash back to the bus station to catch our bus. We fought off a bunch of people to try and get in a taxi, and after being intercepted by a group of Koreans and then a bunch of Brazilians, ...