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Maria Fumaça na Estação de Garibaldi - RS
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A animada viagem de duas horas leva à cidade de Carlos Barbosa, com parada em Garibaldi. O embarque acontece durante uma degustação de vinhos e, ao longo do percurso de 23 quilômetros, grupos folclóricos percorrem os vagões cantando e dançando músicas típicas. A recepção em Garibaldi é feita com mais tarantela e regada a espumante e suco de uva. Os passeios acontecem às quartas e aos sábados e é necessário fazer reservas (dependendo da época do ano, há saídas quase todos os dias).

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Uploaded: 23/01/2012
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Tags: maria fumaça; trem; passeio; serra gaúcha garibaldi; bento gonçalves; carlos barbosa; rio grande do sul; emilio campi; panotour; 360 total
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