Real Palace Hotel
TravelPod Member ReviewsReal Palace Hotel Porto Alegre
Corredores escuros, banheiros mal cuidados, alojamentos ruins...não valem a pena!
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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
... 190) - which is a very good and comfortable plane. We landed on time at the AEP Airport in Buenos Aires, at the banks of the "Mar del Plata" or River Plate, where we then did the immigration procedures (we had to collect our luggage from the carrousel and go through more security scanning before dropping our luggage to their way to El Calafate). We had time for a snack before boarding (sandwiches and orange juice, 307 Pesos, that I had to ...
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 ...
... 4 points. How do all those people get food, water, sanitation, healthcare... Given the cities water supply shrank to just 4% capacity earlier this year, these concerns are very real. Despite some kind words from a fellow Australian (just happened to be the Dean of Education at Melbourne Uni... we talked development studies and other bits and pieces... ain't travel funny) I started to stress a little and headed back down into the depths of the city to ...
... had a bit of a language barrier we were still laughed and joked and we managed to dispel their belief that all English people were serious haha. Dinner was incredible, we had fejoeda (Brazilian black beans), steaks cooked in their BBQ grill and salad and veg. There was even homemade dessert and coffee for afters. We drank red wine, home made by her grandad that was his last batch before he died and they even have us ...