Adagio Sao Paulo Moema
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... is simple and works better, and some that are just plain bizarre!
- Biscuits are a staple diet - they have entire shops and aisles in supermarkets dedicated to them.
- Sugar is in everything, they have cake for breakfast.
- One carb per meal is never enough (rice & chips / pasta & potato)
- Dogs rule the streets, everywhere!
- Toilet paper does not belong in toilets, there are bins provided everywhere and you can be fined if ...
... lonely as Cirsty has left him and his new team members are not keeping pace. The pair are reunited and Cirsty vows not to leave him alone in a group of 150 Aussies ever again. On the way into the city the Fanatics become a local attraction as it is quite a unusual sight to see 150 people walking altogether in identical yellow hoodies. After a few train changes they arrive at a huge cathedral where 300 other Fanatics join them for a photo on the ...
... Italia, but it was closed on Sundays. :( A small crafts market nearby was shutting down and we watched a capoeira roda in progress before jumping on the subway to head back to Romulo's place. We made kiwi caipirinhas with sake in them--delicious! Not wanting to waste a good Sunday night, we walked about 15 minutes to a nearby samba school called Vai Vai, one of the best in the city. I didn't understand what a samba school was before this. People take classes here year round in ...
Today we walked around all of downtown Sao Paulo and visited almost every neighbourhood around the center of the city. There were a ton of pedestrian pathways and small stores all around. I took advantage of my new CPF and the multiple stores around ...
... is the English title)* comes from a book of a similar title. In this chapter, Juan Tamayo writes about a division of theological tasks between in the 'first' and 'third' worlds. He suggests that the first world concerned itself with the headier theological subjects such as religious experience and existence. The first world left the third world to deal with the present challenges of poverty and injustice which manifest in the concrete issues such as ...