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... days, so need to plan accordingly. Also fewer bus services than expected so getting to the Valle de Vinheiros and visiting any vineyards is seeming too hard! Getting to the coast seems impossible to do at any useful hour without backtracking to Porto Alegre – agh!
Time to sample one of the better common brews here, the Bohemia, a pilsen and chill for the night – too late to head back to Gramado for tonight’s events and no fun in this weather ...
... around. I took off my shoes and soaked my feet for a bit. Then we carried on to another cute little spot where the river was wide but shallow and we ignored the no access signs to see how far across we could get. We got about half way before it got too slippery and too cold. There were several pretty little spots along the trail where we paused and also a little information centre. Obviously we couldn't understand most of the information as it was in portuguese! But ...
... 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.
... hill, and the whole site is quite spectacular. There had also been an unseasonably high amount of rain and, combined with the snowmelt, this had resulted in the little river bursting over the dam that controls the waterfall and creating a much larger fall than you would usually see. The park around the waterfall is pretty to walk through, and there is an 800 step descent to the bottom of the fall, which I managed but got quite wet. Gen and Carolina preferred to do more ...
... as Cris's auntie was heavily involved in the local church.
Highlights of Bento Gonclaves:
Visit Brazil's chocolate capital. Small, rich town reminded me more of a Switzerland than South America. Lots of designer shops and over priced restaurants. Luckily we found another chicken heart burger shop to satisfy our hunger. One to many pieces of Chocolate was ...