Hotel Vale Verde
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Vale Verde Campo Grande
Travel Blogs from Campo Grande
... to the tire replacement) and needy Germans wanting to stop more than necessary. As we were travelling en-route and without official campsites, we had to find somewhere to camp along the way. This also added to the longer than expected travel days. After a not so interesting first driving day, we camped just off a dirt road in the middle of some local sugarcane farms. After a long hot drive we didn't really care where we slept! Our tenting skills however ...
... as we went further into the depths it definitely had not changed since that date. It looked tatty on the outside, the foyer was a time capsule and then as we went up in a rickty old lift we felt like we were inside a mental asylum. It didn't help that the elevator, the kind you pull the gate across, broke down while we were in it. Perfectly timed with a Brazilian football match so as I was stabbing the alarm button and Adam is using his best Portuguese for 'help, you ...
... the supermarket on the way home for some milk and cereal to save on the costly hotel breakfast.It was good to see the garage next door also had a nice outdoor seating area where you can dine out and get booze.There was also a bar in the shopping mall.Maybe the liscensing authorities at home should take note but im not sure either the police or women folk would take kindly to such ideas.So we stopped at a bar on the way home which itself was only 50 ...
... on our nocturnal tour was the sheer number of caimen here - we saw literally 100´s of them in the lake that night, their eyes just above the water and glowing red in our spotlight! They are very docile creatures and seem to be more scared of us than we are of them. The next afternoon we took a stroll with our guide around a lake with, again, 100´s of caimen sunbathing on the shoreline. We were about a metre from them with no protection, and they didn´t seem bothered ...
After a whole night in a bus from Santa Cruz de la Sierra where Izide
and me met Tito, a brazilian who studiyng medicine in close to Santa
Cruz and lives in Campo Grande, the three of us took the next bus
another 6 hours to Campo Grande where Izide went straight on to her next
destination and I went with Tito to stay with in in the house of his
grandma. The day there was nice and the time with Tito was real ...