Parthenon Curitiba Val d'Isere
Travel Blogs from Curitiba
... started with a revolutionary printer that made transactions and payments much easier for banks and merchants. It was nice to hear the decisions that Marcel took to help grow the company and those that with hindsight he wishes he had taken.
Friday was also our last day in Curitiba and just before leaving we decided to capture some footage of the revolutionary transit system in the city.
On this day we decided to travel to the outskirts of the city to explore a big municipal green area that hosts the Curitiba Zoologico. Getting there was quite an adventure. As we took a bus the length of a small train and blasted out of the city on an express lane.
Then we got off at a terminal that was about 5km from the zoo but we figured that we could save money ...
... I thought but we were all pretty shattered. I shared a taxi home with two people and got home safely at around 4am. Here it got a bit awkward. The door that wasn’t supposed to be locked was locked when I arrived. I ended up having to wake my host which made me feel really bad!
So that pretty much rounds off my Saturday.
PS: yes, Brazilian people really can dance.
... Bruce Willis and Will Smith, and the debate continues. It was a pretty sendentary night though, and there're no real drinking tales to regale on this occasion I'm afraid.
... when I woke up (from the sleep I never had) I felt like my spine was bent out of shape. Fernanda was worse – she had a stiff neck – felt bad for her !So Saturday , we got out of the house and went to the market right out side the house and had a yummy pastel – I hadn’t had that much oil in a while – I had forgotten what I was like to have deep fried stuff (yup bye bye Louisiana ), I had a palmito pastel. Then we went on further to buy ...
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center