Parque Balneario Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... the crazy driving style of the busdriver: he was passing trucks all the time).
Eventually we arrived in Santos and the bus dropped us off at Praia Grande, which was for us, one of the most beautiful beaches we'd ever seen, including palm trees, white sand, and blue water. Brazilian people are really spoiled, they should come and see Scheveningen in Holland....
The beach was really ...
... constitution was written and enacted in 1934.
But the Day after mention, really was about the unprecedented defeat of the national football team of Brazil in this year’s World Cup. Germany, thought to be superior by many prior to the game proved to be immensely ahead and finished off Brazil in less than 30 minutes. It scored 4 goals (typically a large score for the whole game of 90 minutes) in just 6 minutes. The game was done in that short space ...
... decent job, it was like being back at home except no one spoke English! They had fantastic tacky Australian **** plastered all over the walls, a half decent attempt at an Aussie inspired menu, but only one Australian beer. However they did have a cider which got Peri very excited as she had been craving one for the past 6 months as South America just doesn't have cider! So we enjoyed a cider and watched a couple of soccer games on tv, yelled ...
... more animated than in Curitiba. The people in Santos were closer to what I expected from Brazilians than most of the people that I have seen in Curitiba.
We got into Santos around 9:30PM or so and caught a taxi to our couch surfing host’s house. We were all pretty hungry and wanted to do some exploring so she took us to the beach to get some food and hang out. We were used to Curitiba, where everything starts ...
... friends by telling them which beer tent you are near.
We then went to the Santos soccer stadium and a coffee museum by the old port. Soccer is huge here, we knew this but it's completely different to experience the passion for the game up close. The soccer team in Santos is FIFA calibre, along with the stadium there is a soccer museum which, among other items, had a good film and ...