How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
- Indoor pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Nikko Curitiba
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... town. I wanted to see if it was similar from any of the churches back in America. I went to one called the Metropolitan Cathedral. I walked in and there were beautiful painted ceilings and cultural glass stained windows. When I walked in no one was in there, which made the church look even bigger than it actually is. And this was a huge church it must be the biggest in all of Curitiba.
Since I spent my day in ...
... one day New
Zealand will do something similar.
(For non-NZ readers, universities
in New Zealand has nothing like this. The food are usually unhealthy
and can be quite expensive. They seem to forget that students are poor!)
Below are my two lunches
... really difficult to keep up with the postings. So far we have traveled close to 10,500 miles since leaving Albuquerque. We're truly having a blast but it tiring trying to keep everything together. I probably wont post any more pics (and we've got a lot of em) until we get back. So...boa ...
... graffiti (and some horrible tagging stuff too), but it’s quieter, better behaved. The old quarter around Largo da Ordem has some fantastic old buildings, beautifully preserved and colored in these soft tones of yellow and pink and light brown and blue; with that same old marzipan fashioning. There’s some buildings that have been left to rot too; forming a weird contrast, those building are tagged with this weird neo-alphabet style graffiti. Even ...
Having touched the Amazon in Ecuador, it was time go alittle deeper and enter the Pantanal, which is a huge area just below the Amazon, with one of the most dense collections of animals on earth.
Whilst the Serengeti in Africa had all the big stuff, the Pantanal promised all the small stuff, with added Jaguars and Pumas. The Brazilian savanah landscape has smooth green fields as far as the eye can see, ...