Slaviero Suites Curitiba Batel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... a brown rabbit the size of a dog and rather cute. After lunch we went on a horse ride which Vikki couldn't stop laughing throughout and was a lot of fun. This was followed later in the evening with a night drive to try and spot a jaguar! Unfortunately we didn't have much luck but got to see a huge lake full of Cayman that you could see all there red eyes reflected in the spotlight we where using to find animals. The next day ...
... like everything else in brazil, for some stupid reason, it's closed on Mondays.
We walked to a bus stop that we passed earlier and tried asking the ticket lady which bus to catch to get to the botanical gardens. She put us on one and im sure she had no idea where it was going. We ended up in the middle of no where. When we tried asking the next ticket guy, i couldn't understand him because he had no teeth and his speech was severely ...
... and in fact all cities. It has won a series of international awards for its transport system, recycling programs and energy conservation. It also has one of the strongest economies and highest average salaries of all cities in Brazil. But enough of the facts before you nod off.
So while Curitiba is famous, its not so much a tourist city. We spent most of our time wandering around the quaint ...
... hear that I live on my own, and not with my parents, back in the United States.
As we toured the house we saw some baby pictures of Jose hanging on the wall and told him that we would like to see more if possible. Well, that was all that his mom needed to hear and she hurriedly gathered every photo album in the house, containing what I am convinced is every photo ever taken of anyone in the family. It was super awesome! So we spent the next ...
... 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 ...