InterCity Premium Caxias do Sul
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... as the rest! Even the cop at the border commented on how polite Brits are but he obviously hadn’t heard me in full flow!
The beautiful sunset over the Pantanal soon gave way to heavy drizzle/rain which continued all morning. Porto Alegre looked less than happy or appealing, especially given the difficulty I’d had getting locals to understand my Spanish, so decided to skip town for somewhere more manageable, Gramado, only a couple of hours ...
... for one night as the hostel at R130 We could have got a shared dorm at the hostel much cheaper but after 2 weeks of sleeping in seperate bunk beds we thought we deserved some luxury. And what luxury it was! The room was huge! It had its own breakfast bar with a couple of stools, a tv, and a proper bed. The small luxuries were the best though, a proper duvet, towels, a fan and a consistently hot shower. In the shower, you had the option of it actually being too hot! This ...
... airport was closed due to heavy fog.
We landed at the next nearest airport which was two hours drive away. Our crew was able to make contact mid air with our ground crew and our coaches were able to meet us at the airport and take us to our 4 hotels in Gramado.
We left 30 degree ...
... but more on that later.
We stayed in quite a nice hotel called Pousada Sonho Meu (which means Hotel My Dream), where we got a three person room (but could easily sleep 5, and Gen was ecstatic to have her own bathroom again. It was pretty cold (the coldest place weŽd been so far... they had had snow a couple of days before), but our hotel had heating so we were just able to survive.
In Gramado, we visited the Lagoa Negro (Black Lake), where there were swan ...
... pot holes every 100m!! In the months earlier to our arrival, Viv & Cris had been driving down this road only to hit one of the notorious pot holes, the result a flat tyre and being stranded for hours. I had confidence in Cris's driving ability that this wouldn't happen again.
We arrived at our accommodation in Bento, Cris's aunties house. Which was temporally shared by her ...