Pestana Curitiba Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... down to the supermarket and stocked up on bread, olives, crisps, dip and salad stuff. Great meal in the room to music. Lovely oppurtunity to meet and talk and let our hair down a little. Turned out all of us girls liked a cheeky glass of wine so a few bottles later, Jen (Canadian) and I were staggering back to our rooms in the small hours. The evening was eventful in lots of other ways. There was a MASSIVE flood on the second floor of the ...
... thinks it is Christmas. Cirsty thinks the Fanatics Corporation is trying to win some friends back after the bus debacle.
With no tickets in their possession Cirsty and Ryan walk with the other fanatics hoping to come across a Spaniard who wants to offload some tickets. After an hour of asking and begging, nothing has come to fruition so they realise they aren’t going to this game. They can’t even get close to the stadium as ...
... us back to the apartment. She then insisted on putting our towels in the dryer and then left to go back to work. Georgie and I changed and then settled into to watching Georgie's copy of the internship. We then girls redressed and made ourselves up as we were going for dinner and drinks at bar with some of Paula's friends. The pub was nice, where a band was playing. We ate fried food, drank caipirinhas and beer, and generally had a lovely ...
... street, so no cars are allowed on it, and there are a ton of shops and stands set up everywhere. The university is about a 10 minute walk away, which is really nice.
One really great thing about Curitiba is that there are a ton of things to do around the city that are completely free. Since it was so nice outside a group of us decided to head over to the botanical gardens for the afternoon (a free ...
... where we all wished each other a lovely 'illegal immigrant’ night’s sleep as we nodded off in our hammocks. Unfortunately our 5am wakeup call meant we waved goodbye to our cherished farm as we headed back to our worst nightmare...the Bolivian Boarder. We were keen to get to the boarder early to beat the cue. Not so lucky...when we arrived at 8am we were 400th in the cue...it appears people had slept there overnight...grrr. So it was time ...