Boutique Hotel Varanda das Bromelias

Address: Rua Alarich Schultz 198, Gramado, State of Rio Grande do Sul, 95670000, Brazil | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Rua Alarich Schultz 198, Gramado, is near Black Lake (Lago Negro), Caracol Park, Ferradura Park ( Horseshoe Park), and Palace of Festivals.
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      Short but sweet

      A travel blog entry by kayclark123 on Aug 19, 2014

      ... Brazilians eat really late compared to us at like 9pm so we hung out in the hotel until it was late. We walked down to the main street, which didnt take long as Canela is only small. Its such a quaint, pretty little town which has a really alpine feel. All the buildings are like little log cabins nd a lot of the cafes have sheep skins over the chairs outside for warmth. It reminded me a lot of Banff in Canada.
      We ate at a nice resturuant that was full of locals ...

      Gramado, German Town

      A travel blog entry by joeandmez on Jun 15, 2014

      2 comments, 18 photos

      ... airport was closed due to heavy fog.

      We landed at the next nearest airport which was two hours drive away. Our crew was able to make contact mid air with our ground crew and our coaches were able to meet us at the airport and take us to our 4 hotels in Gramado.

      We left 30 degree ...

      Back to Europe?

      A travel blog entry by adandgen on Aug 28, 2013

      46 photos

      ... a chocolate factory, which consisted of a bizzarre attempt to convince us we were going back in time, followed by an even more bizarre series of waxwork models explaining the history of chocolate (in portuguese), and ending with a tree that sneezed water on you. We did have some quite nice hot chocolate in the cafe though.

      The best place we saw was the stunning waterfall in the Caracal state park. It cascades over the edge of a cliff that juts out above a huge hollow ...

      A short road trip (Part Two)

      A travel blog entry by rita.k on Mar 06, 2011

      14 photos

      ... again! So we kept on driving into the night until we hit the tourist town of Canela. Canela means Cinnamon in portugies, but all the Cinnamon trees had been replaced with german/european style houses, streets and cathedrals. But, at least we did find a hotel to stay the night and I had one of my best coffes the next morning: the brand was "Bom Jesus" and it absolutely lived up to its name!
      We left town and headed up north. Along the way we discovered an amazing waterfall ...

      Almost Switzerland

      A travel blog entry by chiheb on Apr 30, 2010

      13 photos

      It is true. There is a town in Brazil that looks a lot like Switzerland. People there produce chocolate, they are rich and have nice big house, some of them are "chalets". They even stop to let the pedestrians cross the street. Is there a better proof than that :)? The truth is that many Germans and Italians settled there a long time ago and they ...