Slaviero Slim Joinville

Address: Sete de Setembro, 40, Joinville, State of Santa Catarina, \N, Brazil | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Sete de Setembro, 40, Joinville.
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    Travel Blogs from Joinville


    A travel blog entry by ccchrissie on Dec 30, 2014

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    Was a sunny morning thankfully, as wanted to go to the beach – a fellow guest at breakfast spoke English so asked her about Sao Francisco – she kindly offered me a ride but I declined as need to know the way there to find my way back!

    Took 2 hours just to the town centre as poor roads and heavy traffic, and another 10 mins to walk to the historic port area - the new cobbled pavements have ...


    A travel blog entry by ccchrissie on Dec 29, 2014

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    Couldn’t face a 7.30am bus, so decided to go for the 10.20, leaving the hotel at 9.30 for the supposedly frequent bus to the terminal – hour after it eventually showed up and only just got to the terminal in time, to discover it was full and had over 2 hours in that grim hole until the next one.

    The route was through the rest of the Valle Europea, which as well as German settlements, has Italian ones too ...

    Joinville is not pronounced join ville...

    A travel blog entry by adandgen on Aug 19, 2013

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    ... attractions seem to be cemeteries. There is one called the vertical cemetery where there are big walls with tombs stacked on top of each other. We also tried to go to another cemetery created by and for German immigrants from the 18th century, but it was closed. It looked pretty from the outside though. So in Joinville there wasn't much to do except hang out at Mick and Ju's place learning English, drinking wine and playing with their three dogs. Which we did. And it was awesome! ...

    Brazil as seen by Brazilians

    A travel blog entry by heresjonnay on Apr 25, 2013

    ... much provide a number of benefits such as meal subsidies, transport subsidies, comprehensive maternity covers, as well as different levels of minimum wages for different professions. In my view, all of these corporate handcuffing only serves to slow down the economic development of the country. While this does provide benefits for the employees, this could be the reason why even though Brazil is the world's ...


    A travel blog entry by heresjonnay on Apr 25, 2013

    ... Alexia’s friend and AIESEC member Rodrigo took us to a few places. The first place we went to was the scenic lookout which offers a panoramic view of Joinville and the surrounding areas. We had to climb on top of this skinny tower which sways a bit from the wind. It was a terrifying experience but the view was spectacular and really offers a new perspective to ...