Radisson Porto Alegre
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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... sit on his own, try to 'accidentally' steal someone else's pillow, snored and had elbows all over the place! I managed to explain it was only 1 blanket each so I got my blanket back (which is all i was bothered about) and the lady who had dropped her pillow I think just demanded it back. The food was pretty decent - chicken stuffed with ham and cheese served with rice and a side of queshe. Wifi actually worked inboard too which was ...
... records). We each had ravioli and shared a beer then had a walk around town. We then drove to a national park where they have some stunning scenery and waterfalls. We stopped in Gramada on the way back and had a walk around - there are Christmas shops and decorations everywhere in these towns. I was a little concerned about the time as my bus to Montevideo is tonight so we headed back and picked up Vitorio ...
... joined us and we had another beer before Vitorio's girlfriend picked us up and drove us to 'Rex' bar in Bom Fim where some of Vitorio's other friends were. Katie and Julia joined us soon after and we had a few beers and I talked to Vitorio and his friend Luis pretty much all about music. Got back to the hostel at 2am and went to bed - woken up later by a new guy ...
Vitorio had a study day so after breakfast I had a long walk downtown and had lunch in the market place. I went to a few shops before walking back via 'Bom Fim' ('Good End' in Portuguese). I spoke to Mum on Skype later and Vitorio came over in the evening. We tried to book the bus ticket to Montevideo but we couldn't book over the pone or online so Vitorio and Katchi drove me to the bus station and I bought the ticket there. The bus station is alright but the ...
Work up in Porto Alegre and was pretty surprised with the Crowds already forming getting hipped up for the game at mid day. There was a severe dominance in Algerian supporters. They were already rallying and dancing and singing and chanting. They looked like a big group of drunk chavs, and then I realized, they are muslim, they don't drink. The old ladies selling beers on the side of the road on the walk to the ...