Hotel Swan Molinos
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... we met yesterday on the tour are also there taking a flight to Rio. We have a two-hour layover at Congonhas Airport, which seems to us to be the busiest airport in the world. Announcements go on non-stop, until you want to put ear plugs in.
We arrive in Porto Alegre at 10:15pm, pick up our rental car, a tiny Fiat and check into our hotel. We’ll be off early tomorrow to the Serra Gaścha and Nova ...
... info had reappeared and I could get by with a mix of Spanish and English – it is quickly becoming apparent that
educated people do understand Spanish if they are willing to make the effort, but some, naturally, aren’t!
Thankfully my research paid off and got a decent room close to centre & bus station for about £15. Headed off, via the central market, nibbling ...
... 50 minutes (on a Boeing 737). We landed on partially clouded El Calafate on time. A lady from Localiza (rental car company) was waiting for us at the airport to take us to the town to sign the rental car contract. Not surprisingly, the car they allocated to us was exactly the one we said NO on our online negotiation via email a month ago - a Celta lixo ST. Luckily, a decent car was being handed over at the very same time. So, we rented this ...
... 4 points. How do all those people get food, water, sanitation, healthcare... Given the cities water supply shrank to just 4% capacity earlier this year, these concerns are very real. Despite some kind words from a fellow Australian (just happened to be the Dean of Education at Melbourne Uni... we talked development studies and other bits and pieces... ain't travel funny) I started to stress a little and headed back down into the depths of the city to ...
... had a bit of a language barrier we were still laughed and joked and we managed to dispel their belief that all English people were serious haha. Dinner was incredible, we had fejoeda (Brazilian black beans), steaks cooked in their BBQ grill and salad and veg. There was even homemade dessert and coffee for afters. We drank red wine, home made by her grandad that was his last batch before he died and they even have us ...