Slaviero Palace Hotel
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... together and smell burning while waiting for your pasta sauce to cook. All the sorts of glamourous travel things that I´m sure people were hoping to read about.
Today we went on the Serra Verde Express which winds up the mountiain from Curitiba to Morretes, taking about 3 hours each way. This more than lived up to what we had heard about it - dense, emerald green forest studded with bright ...
... to Parque Barigui (I think I've spelt that right?!) where they have caipibarras. We walked so far! I've done so much walking since we started travelling. It's been great and I didn't think i'd enjoy it! When we got to the old town of Curitiba is was a bit...sad. There was graffiti, some homeless people sleeping here and there and it all looked a bit worn and tired. Curitiba, as we walked trough, is a huge gridded city. With 'blocks' like you get in ...
So after a whirlwind of packing and saying goodbye to everyone on Saturday afternoon I finally made it to the airport a full two hours early for my flight. I was excited to finally be on my way. After getting checked in and making my way through security I made it to my gate. My flight was scheduled to leave at 8pm, but they were now saying that it would be delayed for at least an hour. Well, since my layover in DC ...
... I had not met yet. And there was still time left for one more night out but with alcohol sitting it out on the bench as meat stepped forward into the limelight. I had been to just one solitary churrascaria during this trip to Brazil - a rather cheap and cheerful affair on Ilha Grande - and no trip to Curitiba is complete without a visit to Batel Grill.
For those unfamiliar with this traditional affair, churrascaria consists of a flat fee for your meal which covers all ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility