Hotel San Francisco

Address: Rua Pedro Candiago 933, Gramado, State of Rio Grande do Sul, 95670-000, Brazil | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Rua Pedro Candiago 933, Gramado.
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Travel Blogs from Gramado

Really getting into Brazil life

A travel blog entry by dennisj84 on Jun 19, 2014

... though i didnt understand a thing they were saying.

I did meet his family and his 103 year old great grandmother!! wow.

Anyway after watching some football Useche and i went for a walk into town and that didnt take long so there really isnt anything to talk about for thodays ...

Cidade coração do Rio Grande

A travel blog entry by nicolelass on Nov 14, 2013

I am in the heart centre of Rio Grande do Sul state in Brazil. For the last two nights I have stayed with my lovely Couchsurfing host, Natalia and her family. When I arrived in Santa Maria, Natalia and her dad picked me up from the bus station and they made me feel very at home in their apartment. Also that night Natalia took me out for a beer with her friends. Then today I had a big sleep in until 11am, and I have ...

Touring the Brasil countryside....with a local

A travel blog entry by bennyandnat on Dec 15, 2010

2 comments, 24 photos

... wildlife and fauna, there are mountains for as far as you can see.
His family are in the shoe business - so had a personal tour by his dad to see all the intricate details that go into making that `Made in Brazil` shoe!

We visited Gramado, the ‘Christmas Town’ - the prettiest, cleanest and brightest (lights everywhere) town we have seen. All the amazing decorations are made out of recyclable materials and ...

Wet, wet, wet.

A travel blog entry by jennykelly on Nov 03, 2009

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... on our deck chairs and poured coffee, only to be told by the management to "Move inside, obregado" (please).

Every time another vehicle arrived, or left, our garage doors went down. When the coast was clear, the manager electronically raised our doors. We needed to have the doors open as much as possible because we had strung a clothes line inside the garage to dry all our gear. We dried our gloves and boots on the warm engine.

Little Germany in Brazil

A travel blog entry by willandmir on May 25, 2009

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It took us 9hrs to get from Florianopolis to Gramado, we got on the bus after spending 5hrs between Pizza Hut (which was really very fancy) and the only irish pub on the Island, Donovans.
The bus was non eventful only wakin up at some hr when the bus stopped and strugglin to untangle myself from my sleepin bag to get off the bus for a much needed nicotine hit cos ...