Norton Hotel Executive
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the way and then discover I still had a way to go. I was furious and headed back to the busstop well and truly ****** and **** wet through. Grabbed a coffee to go and headed to Canela, a cheaper uglier village ½ hour further.
Went straight to the 1st hostel, right by the bus station, and dumped my stuff, totally exhausted. Still lots to do to research my next move, but weather forecast was first priority – this stuff is due to hang in for a ...
... a lot for thisone though at just over R200 each. The helpful lady at the hotel who booked our seats could only get seats which weren't next to each other so when we boarded, I used the google translate app to ask the guy next to me if he would mind swapping. It was too difficult to say so I just showed him the eords on the screen, turned out he spoke perfect english so this made me look a bit silly! He obliged though so we got to sit together, didnt really make ...
In Cuiaba we bordered a private chartered flight for just the Green and Gold Army.
The flight was fun as we each had TVs and were able to watch a live game of the World Cup.
When someone scored the whole plane would erupt with cheers and applause.
We were diverted mid air though as ...
As our friend Carolina had just finished university and not started work yet, she had quite a lot of time to spend with us and take us around. Apparently there´s not a lot to do in Porto Alegre during the week, so we drove out of town, up into the mountains to spend two days and a night in a small town called Gramado. Gramado, and the nearby town of Canela, are very like Switzerland. The whole town seems to be themed on wooden chalets, there are chocolate shops everywhere, and they ...
... 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 ...