Radisson Porto Alegre
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Was considering spending the night back in Gramado but
hotels now all full and didn’t fancy all that santa/xmas kitsch which was probably
overrun by screaming kids. OK, a stop at a chocolate factory on the road where
Canela & Gramado now practically merge, some live music might have been
bearable and a wood fired pizza would definitely fill a hole, but it was not to
We woke up at 5 am to get ready for the trip. Grandpa Jorge took us to the airport at 6.30 am. We got to the airport at 7.20 am. After checking in, we bought some comic books (Turma da Monica) and some lollipops, then we went up to the terrace to watch planes landing and taking off. Just before going to security, we had a hot chocolate at "Lugano Chocolates de Gramado". The leg of the trip to Buenos Aires was made on a Brazilian-made ...
Having bought my ticket the previous day (U$ 2,195 + U$ 20 departure tax with EGA) I had to go back to the desk to check in - show my immigration entry stamp, hand in my passport, and update my ticket with the bus details. I arrived at the terminal at 7:15pm and waited in a very long queue. I'm not sure if I'd caught the after work rush or what as there'd been no queue the previous day but I was soon able to jump it as a 'Porto ...
I didn't have much planned for today apart from checking out and having a walk around, but Katie sent me a Facebook message in the morning asking if I wanted to go to Gramado. Vitorio couldn't make it as he had studying to do so Katie picked me up and we drove to Gramado (stopping at her house so she could change as she spilt coffee over her jeans). The trip took about 1 hour 45 mins. We had a nice talk on the ...
... art museum, theatres, cathedral, the oldest church in Porto (It’s a Brazilian cultural heritage sight) as well as numerous other historical buildings. When we got to the river front the whole of Porto Alegre was there walking, running, using all kinds of crazy transport to relax and have fun. There were lots of stalls selling choco popcorn, churros & all manner of drinks. Despite it being election day and ...