Ibis Curitiba Batel
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
TripAdvisor Reviews Ibis Curitiba Batel
Travel Blogs from Curitiba
... Had the barreado works, barreado being a hearty gooey beef
and cassava gnocchi stew which is served with banana and rice. This was preceded
by pickled mussels, a couple of fishy dips and a strange sweet pepper, nut and
raisin relish with bread. After the meat came breaded prawns, stewed prawns, a
prawn barreado, a prawn soup and a big fillet of fish. Needless to say it was
masses of food and had to forego the carbs & have the fish to go, but it
was great (if ...
... of Brasilia so it was interesting to see a bit of history of him and his work before we go there in a few weeks. Today was much nicer, cold still, but milder and dry so we could get around a lot more. We wandered around old town, heavily influenced by German and Portuguese architecture. So that made a change. Lovely arches and statues and gorgeous mansions all painted different colours. And they have a gorgeous basilica, so we spent some time in there. Beautiful stained glass ...
... settled into a different host who is the family of a friend
of an AIESECer. When I arrived I was greeted by the mother Maria who is a
lovely lady. Even though she doesn’t speak English she has been very
friendly and force fed me all these delicious food. ...
... Not sure why I'm still ill or why it comes and goes its very odd.
Then safari time, we got back into our open car thing and headed out spotting loads of wildlife from the giant guinea pigs (water pigs), massive storks, macaws, vultures, otters and a bucket load of alligators, one pond was teeming with them. We came across an alligator carcass and me and Annie set about extracting teeth from it, that's my first Brazilian souvenir! We saw the giant ...
... country city. Well the tour hasnīt gone exactly to plan these last few days but what can you do. I just stayed positive and grateful that we didnīt get caught in the floods and landslides ourselves. My detour is so minor to what has happened in Japan. Mother Nature is having Her say and I think She has our attention now. I am well and safe and happy. It's our last night in Curitiba, so we went out ...