Travel Blogs from Curitiba
... started with a revolutionary printer that made transactions and payments much easier for banks and merchants. It was nice to hear the decisions that Marcel took to help grow the company and those that with hindsight he wishes he had taken.
Friday was also our last day in Curitiba and just before leaving we decided to capture some footage of the revolutionary transit system in the city.
... the rest of the distance through the green area, which would have been a very pleasant walk. However we quickly discovered that the green area was filled with swamps and did not have any clear paths that led to the zoo, we then turned to google maps to figure out an alternative route to get to the zoo. This route had us walk through an agricultural road and then reach a ...
... a registration process at entrance it really drags the entry speed down.
The cover charge at R$39 (NZD$24) is also quite a bit higher than New Zealand clubs (again, in Hamilton where cover is from around $5 to $10). Once we are in though, the atmosphere was pretty good. We squeezed through the tight crowd to meet the girls and had a good time dancing to Brazilian ...
... to the hostel and all three of us watched Gladiator on TV, brilliant film that. When Apollo 13 came on afterwards, Fred stayed in to watch it while me and Sean went up the nearby 'Oi' tower to get a view of the city, followed by a trip to the station to buy the bus and train tickets for the next day.
... with her for a while , explaining stuff about India and how India was different from brazil and what were the similarities. Then spent the whole time with fernanda in bed till she fell asleep – Ricardo was dead so he had already gone to sleep – so I decided to take the opportunity and talk to a friend (VI) for a while.. not sure what was wrong with the stupid connection , but the call kept dropping on skype – so decided to just call up and talk .. ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet