Travel Blogs from Curitiba
... started with a revolutionary printer that made transactions and payments much easier for banks and merchants. It was nice to hear the decisions that Marcel took to help grow the company and those that with hindsight he wishes he had taken.
Friday was also our last day in Curitiba and just before leaving we decided to capture some footage of the revolutionary transit system in the city.
... the rest of the distance through the green area, which would have been a very pleasant walk. However we quickly discovered that the green area was filled with swamps and did not have any clear paths that led to the zoo, we then turned to google maps to figure out an alternative route to get to the zoo. This route had us walk through an agricultural road and then reach a ...
... in this reserve we saw a huge cement watch tower and several other animals including one huge Capybara.
The next day we went to visit the Oscar Niemeyer museum which was a huge structure in the shape on an eye that had on display the Escher exhibition. Later that day we went to visit Leaonardo at he offices of Endeavor in Curitiba. The office was located in a huge building sponsored by FINEP and SEBRAE
... also had what appears to be a coffee maker and water cooler equipped,
though no one used it.
The 7 hour bus ride went past like a breeze and I was picked up at
the bus station by the LCP Tyemi (pronounced chiemi as I found out) and
an alumnus called Jacqueline. I felt kind of bad because the bus was
running a bit late and ...
... trees line and encase the streets, and there’s plenty of parks.
The newer areas of the city are great too, some of the shopping malls are world class, with some great restaurants; we went to this place called ‘Chopp’ (which was right near an Outback steakhouse) had a really friendly waiter help us order a fried chicken basket with garlic, lime and Tabasco, washed down by a heady draft beer. Delish!
Pastry shops ...
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services