Ville Atlantico Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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We arrived yesterday, Friday 13 March after a wonderful flight from Santiago, Chile and a reasonable nights sleep at the most comfortable holiday Inn at Santiago airport. We had arranged for a limousine service to meet us at São Paulo airport and travel directly to Santos. The flight was around 3.5 hrs and he car trip almost 2 hours, so we …
... and drove on the highway, were I had my first confrontation (from a long distance though) with a favela. It's really weird to see houses just built on the kirb of the highway and see people having luch in front of their houses on the emergency lane.
After a wile we exit the city and drove through a beautiful landcape with stunning views (couldn't really enjoy it though because I wasn't ...
... ground. Cousin Duda's father, uncle Drauzinho, was a young recruit in the Paulista army and in our young years we woud hear stories about our grandmother being a volunteer, sewing uniforms, making day rations etc… those were courageous time. The state rebellion lasted only 3 months – what was a loss in the battlefield ended up being a victory in the end as the federal government yielded to the power of the state. A constitution assembly was named and ...
... p. He had a lot of fun and eventually after everyone was completely drenched we headed home for dinner. 23rd - still raining. Nino had tried to organise tickets for us to go see the local soccer team play as it was going to be a good game. Unfortunately he was unsuccessful so we decided to go for a drive and find somewhere to watch it. We ended up at the 'Australiano bar' which was a bar a local guy had set up to make it look like an Australian pub. They ...
... are “fechado” meaning closed off or cold.
So, after my trip to Santos I totally understand what everyone has been telling me. I guess it is not really that the people from Curitiba are really that cold, it is just that in comparison to other areas they are definitely much more reserved than other people. Santos just seemed very alive, there were tons of people everywhere and they were much ...