Mercure Curitiba Batel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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Today was my third adventure in Brazil. I decided to make my way to Curitiba, Brazil. I wanted to see all the cities in Brazil to see how they were different from each other. There was a common market in Curitiba called Feira do Largo da Ordem. I decided to spend my morning there to get a few things. There wasn't just food though. There was everything. It went from food to furniture. All the stores were spread out ...
... is mentioned but it
appears to be utterly hilarious to Brazilians (Well to Camila anyway,
who couldn’t stop laughing the whole video. I told her she has to learn
it before I see her again). I would like to take the time here to
commend the athleticism of those dancers though, not everyone can do a
booty shake while upside down.
... for a two-directional flow in one lane, whereby each directionis held for a maximum of 5 minutes, usually facilitated by mobile traffic lights, thereby maximising efficient traffic flow?´
´Nah Ed, can´t be bothered with that, I´d rather we held one direction for ages until we can be bothered to turn the stop/go sign around.´
I´m not even going to say which option they chose - we were waiting for half an hour. I got all giddy as we started moving again ...
... horrible utilitarian residential apartment buildings that must have been purchased and built on special some decades ago and then were planted just about everywhere and then left vacant. I shut my eyes for 5 minutes on this highway, when I opened them the scenery hadn’t changed. It goes on forever. Anyway, Curitiba.
Curitiba is elevated at about 1000m above sea level and is a city of about 2 million. It’s a convenient stop on the way ...
... side of the single dirt track road that runs through the middle of the south Pantanal. Vultures feast and wait their turn in the trees above, and reflect natures food chain which keeps this place alive. Caimans, (small crocodiles), line up mouths open in the morning sun, having there teeth cleaned by small birds, as they prepare for another day in the waterholes. Sliding into the murky waters as soon as we ...