Hotel Campestre Sesc

Av. Protasio Alves, 6220, Porto Alegre, State of Rio Grande do Sul, 90030142, Brazil | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Porto Alegre

58. Porto Alegre and Cambara do Sul

A travel blog entry by kesvic2013

... particularly funny - who knew that 'futebol' is pronounced 'foo-chee-boll'?! On arrival in Brazil, the diversity was really noticeable. It felt a lot more normal to us than the very 'white' South America we've seen recently. People were also very friendly, even with the language barrier. What was surpising was the heavy security at the banks - revolving doors with metal detectors which stop the door moving. You put your change/phone etc in a ...

One last taste of Brazil

A travel blog entry by leanneworth


... outside though were building works and you could tell they had a long way to go to make it really attractive in the nine weeks or so left. We tried to get tickets to a big football match happening today between the two big clubs but they are holding them two hours away in another city as the venue isn't ready for the World Cup yet. Porto Alegre turned out to be quite a treat for us. We had only planned to stop over between long bus journeys to break it up however it has shown ...

Day 30

A travel blog entry by khendry23

Hello from Porto Alegre! Made it to the south of Brazil yesterday afternoon from Salvador. i went from 35 degree sunny days and the majority of the locals being very dark skinned and speaking Portuguese to the south where its pouring down with rain, i dont stand out like a sore thumb anymore ( the locals are caucasian) and speak either Portuguese or Spanish, the taxi driver said its ...

South of brazil is different

A travel blog entry by mathieu27

... owner showed my the hostel and gave a very nice map and guide for tourists. The only two other guests (gabriel a big paulistano and edgar, a mexicano) woke up. After their breakfast, the first action of the day was to smoke some maconja and I was invited to join. And that's the beginning of a very nice stay with amazing experiences in the gaucho capital, porto alegre.
By the way, porto alegre means "happy harbour".
So shortly thereafter, a paulista, ...

Bam, no idea whats going on!

A travel blog entry by diasbuenos


... falls tomorrow.

We're now in the land of portuguese and its definitely underlined how good our spanish was, and that's not saying much! We have had very little idea of what's been going on all day and its embarassing not bring able to at least start the convo and muddle along in the local language. Apparently english is more likely to help us than spanish here as Brazil is proudly ...


This hotel, located on Av. Protasio Alves, 6220, Porto Alegre, is near Farroupilha Park (Redenção), Moinhos de Vento Park, Guaíba Lake (River), and Crystal Palace.
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