Victoria Villa Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... as an almighty thunderstorm hit and could enjoy cable Tv for the
night. Did pick up a bottle of Bier Hoff, a local stout, to enjoy it with.
Am finally getting my ear in a bit more with the Portugese,
where everything is “how, now brown cow” – no is “nao” and of is “no” –
confusing or what!
... down to the supermarket and stocked up on bread, olives, crisps, dip and salad stuff. Great meal in the room to music. Lovely oppurtunity to meet and talk and let our hair down a little. Turned out all of us girls liked a cheeky glass of wine so a few bottles later, Jen (Canadian) and I were staggering back to our rooms in the small hours. The evening was eventful in lots of other ways. There was a MASSIVE flood on the second floor of the ...
... us back to the apartment. She then insisted on putting our towels in the dryer and then left to go back to work. Georgie and I changed and then settled into to watching Georgie's copy of the internship. We then girls redressed and made ourselves up as we were going for dinner and drinks at bar with some of Paula's friends. The pub was nice, where a band was playing. We ate fried food, drank caipirinhas and beer, and generally had a lovely ...
... br> My trip down to Brazil went pretty well, I even had the whole row to myself on the flight from Houston to Sao Paulo, which was really nice. The airport in Sao Paulo was a little confusing, but I made it to my connecting flight just fine.
The street where our hotel is is really nice. It is ...
... in stitches. And after he had finished his skits we were treated to rounds of songs particular to that team who were playing Coritiba that night in the all-important second leg of the Brazilian cup final.
We went out to watch the game at a Ukrainian bar with Virginia, Camila’s younger sister. It was a really cold night and we sat in our coats eating some Eastern European snacks (mainly sausage and brown bread in my case) and racked up the beers as a ...