Porto Alegre Ritter Hotel

Address: Largo Vespasiano Julio Veppo, N0 55, Porto Alegre, State of Rio Grande do Sul, 90035-040, Brazil | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Porto Alegre

    Chapter 9 - The journey continues

    A travel blog entry by mmbcross on Oct 01, 2015

    1 comment, 15 photos

    ... here in the south it is almost entirely Caucasian.

    We pack our bags ready for the rather long flight. Although Porto Alegre is little more than a hour away by air from Iguaçu, there are no direct flights, so we have to connect in Sāo Paulo.

    We take a last look around this attractive town, enjoy a full buffet lunch for just Rs.14 (US$3.50), and then take the bus to the airport. The ...

    Porto Alegre

    A travel blog entry by ccchrissie on Dec 12, 2014

    3 photos

    ... and a sketchy bus station location. In fact, I didn’t think the area too bad and certainly not enough to justify all the dire warnings.

    My credit card company had, yet again, blocked the card, so had to go back to the hotel to try and sort it on the **** wifi, so bad that it took about 10 calls, each with a new person, to get through the whole rigmarole – the guy on ...

    Trip to El Calafate (POA-BA-El Calafate)

    A travel blog entry by anaguspilger on Dec 11, 2014

    16 photos

    ... 50 minutes (on a Boeing 737). We landed on partially clouded El Calafate on time. A lady from Localiza (rental car company) was waiting for us at the airport to take us to the town to sign the rental car contract. Not surprisingly, the car they allocated to us was exactly the one we said NO on our online negotiation via email a month ago - a Celta lixo ST. Luckily, a decent car was being handed over at the very same time. So, we rented this ...

    Brasil 101

    A travel blog entry by tourtravel on Nov 11, 2014

    8 photos

    ... hidden from view, the population of Olinda would drop everything very quickly for a big party. Recife ("Old buildings, New people") is battling away, although there are vibrant markets and very ornate churches. I found it curious that the tourist pop art depicted all the buildings in perfect condition, when the charm of the place surely lies in the contrast between those colonial buildings that are utterly run down and those that have been ...

    Episode 5 Looking like a tourist equals danger

    A travel blog entry by bound4rio on Jul 11, 2014

    ... they keep walking on. Cirsty is in search of an Ice-cream shop she read about in the Lonely Planet so leads Ryan into several
    rabbit warren shopping malls. Ryan has enough and the pair head back to the safety of the street. Ryan spots a nice looking building which the pair head to. On entry they discover they have found the local market where you can
    get everything from meat carkases to ...