Le Premier Suites
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... hamburger, we’re talking approx. 30cm diameter, with Brazilian bacon, cheese and pizza bases. It was called a “heart attack on a plate”, a recipe from the internet. They were really fun and welcoming and I was really grateful for their invitation as I think I would have felt quite lonely on my first day here if I had been alone L . Oh yeah and also when we drove to the market, there were some cows just ...
... spot in the airport to camp out, read and relax, overwhelmed by the size of the city and its reputation as a place to watch your back, we resisted that temptation. We did not want to pass up the one chance we had to check out this state capital, the world's ninth largest city and one of its most diverse culturally. Needing to decide where we would spend one day in this massive metropolis, we chose to take a taxi to Bendito Calixto, an all-day Saturday ...
... funky music - where people fill the boot of their car with massive speakers and compete against other cars to make the most noise...... I don't get it. Imagine 10 cars banging out different versions of this:
- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gcw6Xbar PoE
Traveller tip of the day: Take ear plugs when going to a funky party.
Arrived in São Paulo pretty tired after overnight flight. Had both managed to sleep though which was a good start. Through customs and picked up bags no worries then went to get cash out of ATM. After reading all about ATM fraud in São Paulo we tried our luck, thinking that we needed some for the taxi. Went to HSBC ATMs, hoping that as a bank it would be better. Watched people and two people tried the one on the left with no luck which was a warning sign ...
... accounted for 94.4% of overall production by major automakers established in Brazil. After 1986, the lessened effects of the oil crisis combined with government economic plans designed to fight high inflation to cause a downward slide in the production of strictly ethanol-powered automobiles. This led to an ethanol supply crisis in 1989, and a plunge in the production of ethanol-powered vehicles, which fell to about 1% of all vehicles on the road by 2001.