Porto Alegre Ritter Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... nibbling brazil nuts as I went, on a couple of walking routes of the prettiest
bits of the city – despite first impressions, there are some impressive old
buildings though the dull drizzly skies didn’t make for decent photos or views
when I got to the cultural centre on the point. First impressions were of a
gritty port, some run down shacks surrounded by rubbish (recycling is a popular
... 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 ...
... bonus. I think we crossed the border around 1:30am. I didn't have to do anything but felt the bus stop for about 25 minutes. EGA had kept my passport and took care of the border formalities returning it to me in the morning stamped. We arrived into Porto Alegre just after 9am which means I missed the 9am departure executivo departure I was optimistically targeting. To be honest u think it had sold out anyways. I had s little ...
... beautiful spot, and just struggling to keep in check the tourists... I had around 5 days, but it is conceivable that a two day itinerary could look something like this:
Day 1 - wake up for walk along a beach, accompanied by a labrador that retrieves coconuts for you. Breakfast. Walk amongst remnant Atlantic coast vegetation, with tiny monkeys for company (the 3rd monkey sighting after 2 species in Colombia). Swim. Lunch. Snooze. Wake up for low ...
... of the bottle! Such lovely people. They then dropped us off where we were staying. We tried couch surfing for the first time In porto Alegre and spoke to Giordano on the site who agreed to host us. He's a nice gig who had travelled all around the world and we went out into town for a few drinks. When we got back he even have us his bed and he slept on the sofa! So incredibly kind. We couldn't belie how lucky we were ...