Mercure Florianopolis Centro
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... walk 200m uphill. For some reason, this made someone very grumpy... Florianopolis is a town built on both sides of a channel between the Brazilian mainland and a small island. The whole area is dotted with beaches, all over the island, and also up and down the coast from the town on the mainland. It is a surfers haven, but also attracts a lot of travellers (such as ourselves) and plenty of young Brazilians from all over the country. This results in a very friendly and ...
... we've even got a pool. Most days being spent lounging by said pool and a trip to the other beach, joaquina. The evenings spent making the most of happy hour and playing spoons with the brazilians, then heading to the one club (mustafa's) to watch the locals in action. Its common here to be given a card when you enter which they write on every time you get a drink etc so there's no money taken inside. Just ...
... He was driving like a lunatic... Up roads the wrong way and on the motorway driving almost bumper to bumper with bars and putting on his hazard lights and flashing them to get out of the way! He must have been going at least double the speed limit! Playing his Bob Marley tunes all the way.... Oh the irony! Despite not understanding much he seemed to understand my too fast too furious comment! By sheer miracle we managed to get our bus at the next stop!!! Never again will we miss a ...
... Arone eat so much. And finally Arone tapped out after 21 pieces of pizza, which we worked out to be about 3 whole pizzas....ahahaha. I went home, had a shower, and had the best sleep ever. :)
Day 4 we planned to go to Santa Teresa and Lapa to check out the old part of Rio. I had it all planned: bus to Lapa, see the arch, see the stairs, walk to Santa Teresa, check out the beautiful colonial buildings, get lunch, then walk back to Lapa, catch the metro into the city centre ...
... famous here and some cafe (coffee). The 'cafe' was SUPER strong. It's hard to explain, because it's not like the strong flavor of espresso, but very sweet and just. strong. It's like all the flavors are turned up here. Apparently, you can't even buy cafe sem (without) sugar. Os brasileiros like their flavor!
There are some familiar names around here like MacDonalds (pronounced Macky-donals by one of the ...
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center