InterCity Premium Caxias do Sul
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... in Porto Alegre for our next bus, we had a little walk around outside where there were lots of street vendors. One was selling beard trimmers and I convinced rob that his beard was in desperate need of a tidy. So we asked 'quanto' (how much?) and he started telling us all about the trimmer in portugese. It looked like it had somehow survived since the 60's or something. Before rob could stop him, the man decided to demonstrate its ability by shaving a patch into robs ...
... entered 15 degree cold.
What makes Gramado interesting is that it is a German town. Walking down the main street felt like we were in the middle of Europe. It was a very well off town where rich people spent their weekends. It really did not feel like we were in Brazil.
... and you cook it yourself), and chocolate fondue (dipping lots of different fruit and wafers). It was awesome. Naturally we ate too much.
Would I come back to Gramado? Maybe, if only to eat that fondue again (I can't believe it hasn't made it to England)
On the drive back to Porto Alegre, we got caught in a half our traffic jam on the motorway. This was because the main river into the city had also burst it's banks (all that rainfall remember?) and the river ...
A weekend getaway in Vacaria isn't complete with a trip to Bento Goncalves and Gramado. We had heard a lot about these two places from Viv & Cris, detailing they were the chocolate and wine hub of Brazil!! So we all crammed into Viv's little car (dogs included) and decided which route to take.. the bumpy road or the windy road. We selected the bumpy road, that consisted of Cris having to ...
... and feeling a lot safer, we headed into the mountains where we were greeted with clouds and drizzling rain. We kept on driving through beautiful countryside and soon the sun was starting to set low in the sky, peaking through the clouds. We did not realize how very little populated this area was, hence, how tricky it would be to find a hotel. In one town, the only place affordable was a truck stop with rooms so small and smokey that we were afraid we may never wake up to ...