Norton Hotel Executive
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Norton Hotel Executive Caxias Do Sul
Travel Blogs from Caxias Do Sul
... displays and lights in every possible public space – this meant that prices were excessive and the cheapest room I could find, with the help of the tourist office, was 95$R, about £25. They failed to mention that the map was not to scale and it was a couple of km out of the centre along one side of a dual carriageway – the upper, shorter side, along which I’d decided to walk, being 100’ above the other with no way across – had to ...
... I thought this was hilarious, rob not so much. After a bit of bartering rob bought it for R12. Haggling is easier when you don't speak the language as you just keep repeating the price you're willing to pay until they get fed up of trying to argue. our method seems to have worked so far!
The overnight bus to Montevideo was the best we had had so far. The seats reclined all the way and everyone had a little pillow. They even served dinner and breakfast! We did ...
... stayed here for 3 nights. It was an opportunity for people to relax.
And relax we did. Apart from one day where we visited a local attraction of Mini Mundo (Mini World) we practically did nothing else apart from eat lots and drink while watching every game of the World Cup.
... at the sides of one of the bridges. Luckily the road wasn't impeded (I can't speak for the condition of the bridge), but the jam had formed as people slowed down to look and take pictures. Crazy Brazilians. Naturally, not wanting to look like tourists, we joined them (unfortunately no pictures as this was part of the memory card failure). A lot of the rest of the way back we were greeted by sites of houses and shops underwater, and an entire petrol station. It was a little but scary.
... and 3 kids. Its was very cramped but had a great homey feel. The kids going crazy in the evening when they were given milk mixed with Nesquick!! We tasted, not sure if its a Brazilian delicacy..but sardine, potato pasta! It was also here where i got more confused by the Portuguese language, with the family interaction happening so quickly. We heard Brazilian church singing coming from ...