Travel Blogs from Curitiba
I realize I'm quite behind on posting updates, but the combination of travel, games, sightseeing, and lack of internet connection has made it difficult.
Anyway, from Foz do Iguacu Luc and I next travelled to Curitiba for the final group stage match between Russia and Algeria. When the draw first came out, this certainly didn't look a very …
... of Brasilia so it was interesting to see a bit of history of him and his work before we go there in a few weeks. Today was much nicer, cold still, but milder and dry so we could get around a lot more. We wandered around old town, heavily influenced by German and Portuguese architecture. So that made a change. Lovely arches and statues and gorgeous mansions all painted different colours. And they have a gorgeous basilica, so we spent some time in there. Beautiful stained glass ...
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... the garden and then headed towards the AIESEC
There wasn’t a whole lot of work to do but the whole day I met a
stream of lots of AIESECers. It was quite difficult to remember all the
names but I did manage to commit a few names to memory. When I’m
memorising new names, I have ...
... While Cathryn was cleaning the windows, one of the mechanics intervened and proceeded to clean the entire plane. Another checked the fasteners on the fuselage panels to make sure they were all tight. While this was going on Cidnei took Greg and Cathryn to another hangar to show them the Saratogo plane he had flown around the US, Canada and back to Brazil. It was a real ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service