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Caminho das Serpentes - Parque de Mosaicos, Morro Reuter
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O lugar é muito bonito e vale a pena passear por lá. Nos hospedamos numa cabana decorada com muito bom gosto e confortável. O problema é que tive a impressão que estava "incomodando". A dificuldade co... read more »The place is very beautiful and worth a walk there. We stayed in a cabin decorated with very good taste and comfort. The problem is that I had the impression that I was "troubling". The trouble began on the reservation, because I couldn't telephone contact, and the recently ended up being confirmed by e-mail. When we went to the Park no one opened the door, you didn't hear the Bell. Already was walking away when the gate opened. After that everything went well.show original
Tentamos ir no domingo de dia das mães e nos avisaram que precisava fazer reserva antes. Mandamos e-mail durante a semana que não tivemos retorno. Nos falaram também que uma vez foi um grupo de 30 pes... read more »Tried to go on mother's day Sunday and warned us that needed to make a reservation before. We send e-mail during the week we return. We were told also that once was a group of 30 people with recently and refused to receive them. You can see that the ill will reigns there. I still tried to go on Sunday and was closed. Too bad, looks like an amazing place and so hard to be visited.show original
Fiquei sabendo sobre o ateliê da Claudia Sperb por causa do trabalho q foi coordenado por ela no Butantan, em SP. Quando estive lá, achei interessante o mosaico com os animais estudados no instituto, ... read more »I heard about Studio Claudia Sperb work q was coordinated by her at the Butantan, in São Paulo, when I was there, I found interesting mosaic with animals studied at the Institute, and then after I finished searching about. I thought the name of arista. Then, on another occasion, I looking for a hostel to stay overnight it around Morro Reuter, I found the Studio of Claudia, which tb has hosting. I needed a place to stay and sleep with the family of the day 25/12 pro day 26, because our daily Lawn the day would begin only 26/12, and the way South was pro day 25. So, I found the most interesting mosaics, quite different, and I decided to call and see if I was vague. The lady who answered (guess it was Michele) said it was vague. But if I wanted to, I could go just to visit the Studio day 26 ... But then she kindly returned my contact telling who had talked with Claudia and she said we could go to sleep Yes. Then gave me the R$ value 400 per day with breakfast for couple with child of 8 years. I found reasonable, until pq was Christmas day. I really enjoyed. A magical place, which seems to have come out of a fairy tale. Pure art and culture. Many mosaics everywhere. The cottages are simple, but cozy and with a special charm, differentiated the décor with mosaics and the contact with nature. At the lodge we stayed, red, has a network in the room tb, in addition to the beds, and you take a bath enjoying the view, because there is a window of glass in the bathroom. There's no way to hide. Lol but that's okay, because down there in the corner through which you could see the naked person. She lends insecticide tb, because it is important to put enough in the chale before getting there, cause some unwanted pets may appear due to such insertion in nature. When we arrived we received many very well. Claudia Was super friendly and attentive and showed us all around the Park. It was raining, but it was still great. She lent us umbrella, which by the way has many there RS gave us a series of documentaries interesting, for if we wanted to watch ... There are many books and many works of art in mosaic and woodcut to enjoy, in addition to the courses that are offered in atelies. "Well good", as they say down South ... lol ... She bought just for us, cold bread, cake, the famous ' cuca '.. We only had we hosted on that day she left us some breakfast it would be pro day 26 and eat some things on the evening of 25, because we had no thought of where we'd eat at night, and everything was closed for being Christmas holiday. She made coffee at the time, talked a lot with us, arranged everything there in the room is a restaurant type q, q has several tables, sofa chairs and tables, and then left us very comfortable in the kitchen for us to prepare things, eat whatever you want, then save. And on the day 26 at the time we wake up we end with the ' coffee the night ' ... Well, there the person is very comfortable. It's not like at the Inns and hotels. Is even more familiar. A beautiful view of the Hill. I recommend everyone spend at least a day and have a good chat with Claudia Sperb. :)show original
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