Slaviero Conceptual Rockefeller
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... me, due to my feel still not doing what they should be, went on a hike where they learnt about all the different plants and there medicinal uses as well as seeing lots of different birds. Our final activity was a day drive where we drove along looking for animals before going for a short walk in the bush. We stopped at the lake we saw full of Cayman which now had a family of capybara on the banks and we got out and walked around the edge ...
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A not too long drive along the coast, pretty uneventful, with a relatively early arrival in town.
We are staying at the Radisson which has a good underground garage.
Paraná is a highly industrialized, wealthy and "civilized" state, where cleanliness, public transport and quality of life match the best anywhere. Curitiba is a pleasant city I visited several times a few years ago when we used to own a plant nearby. ...
... all cooked you may take an hour or so to eat, but that is pretty much it. In Brazil the sheer amount of food cooked for a churrasco is enormous, and it is expected that you will be eating for hours once you begin the meal, even taking rest breaks when needed. Often the churrasco will begin sometime in the early afternoon and continue on well into the night, giving time to have some hope of finishing the massive amount of food prepared for the event.
... to swap over to my British passport in Brazil....much to the stress of my tour guide who could not believe what I was about to attempt...she thought it would be back to Bolivia for me as I would need a Bolivia stamp on my British passport not my Aussie! I was determined to smile my way through this situation...but then the Immigration guys looked at what I was trying to do...and just turned their thumbs down to me and basically in Portuguese told me - I had no ...