Parque Balneario Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
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... no place to sit and relax in the room, as there is only 1 hard backed wooden chair, no safe for valuables ( did get safe at reception today, they did not have one for us yesterday). No one at hotel speaks English and the language is Portuguese, so even sam's Italian cannot bridge this gap, they are friendly and try to help so cannot complain about this. We have had a beer at 2 different places and consistently (not just tourists) they serve you with ...
Check out of our hotel was at 12 noon so no need to rush. Our official time to check in with MSC was 3pm but experience told us to get there as early as possible. The plan was to have a leisurely breakfast, check out at 12 and then head straight for the cruise terminal. Being Sunday, most of the other guests must have had the same 'leisurely breakfast' notion because on strolling in to the breakfast lounge at 10am it was already quite full with guests. ...
The Mercure Hotel is part of the Accor Hotel group. The same chain that own IBIS. The hotel has 23 floors of which our room was on the 7th.
Our room although sparsely decorated would be classed as a mini suite in most parts of the world with a work station and settee together with a kitchenette in the living area and separate bedroom with en suite facilities. All rooms seem to be equipped with a balcony. This hotel is ingeniously designed. ...
Despite our only previous experience of Brazil was a 4 hour stopover in Sao Paolo airport on the way to Santiago, Chile, it feels like I already exhausted all the innuendos about Brazilians. Although our visit was a quick 'in and out', puns such as when the plane, as it was coming in to land had a near miss; and me referring to it as a ‘close shave’ or ‘Don’t forget to grab yen nuts!!’ I will try not to strive for such predictable ...
After seeing all the high-rise residential towers in Rio, I thought I was prepared for another large Brazilian city. Was I ever wrong!
The eighth largest metro area in the world (Tokyo is #1, New York is #12) Sao Paolo is wall to wall (literally) with towers of at least 20 stories in height, and is full ...