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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
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... listening to...wait for it..country music on the radio...sigh.... Yes....country music. It seems to 'fit' with the road....the scenery, the hours in the road and the music isn't too twangy...its not blue grass or that New Orleans funeral stuff or anything extreme. I think at times its more cross over...and I am coping. Thanks for the concern. Since we crossed the border....country seems to have fallen off the radio waves...we are ...
... was already so highly developed.
In terms of interviews on defining entrepreneurship, I was worried at first because prior to landing in Brazil, we only had about 2-3 active Babson alums as contacts from the alumni office. However having learnt a lot about how to network with entrepreneurs from the India trip, I quickly started reaching out to entrepreneurs once in Rio. The beauty of the ...
... EVEN THIS MALL IS SO HUGE WHY DO YOU NEED SO MANY STORES WHAT
EVEN IS ALL OF THIS? Yes, grande is an understatement. Hell, tremendously huge
is an understatement. 7 floors (not including the gym floor on top) with at
least 4 chambers the size (length x width) of my entire mall back home, with
hallways connecting each one to the next, lined with tourist stores, sunglass
hut, yeh! (Canadian fro-yo), and ...
... good music… except no one was paying attention to them. They were all too focused on the acrobatics happening in the sky above them, and the various street performers and large effigies. It was great entertainment.
Another night I had dinner, having poutine, with 3 other couchsurfers. Then together, we listened to some music and went to watch the fireworks. By this stage, Charles had joined us also. Two of the ...
... a Vietnamese travel agency, which can arrange this for you for about $10-$15. Then, you take that letter and your passport, photos and about a $25 USD "stamping fee" to the customs queue at the airport upon arrival to get your visa stamped into your passport.
Needless to say, I chose the second option. It took less than a day and only a few clicks, and I'm now holding a letter that promises to secure ...