Augusta Plaza Hotel
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... des petits bars avec de la musique qui sors des hauts parleurs de la voiture lol bref, un condensÚ de simplicitÚ et ša fait du bien!
Demain, je me leve comme Julian Ó 6h15 pour aller en ville et decouvrir le coeur de cette ville!!
A bientot, bizatous!
Prenez soin de vous.
First weekend in Sao Paulo (yes, I still repeated to me several times a day lol) spent with Julian and his girlfriend.
... to one side, still not sure why, but I made it to the plane. So apparently I was upgrade at the check in to a "better" seat .... This took me from an area which boarded first and the middle seat to .... well... A window seat with good leg room, two children in front (they better know how to sleep) and a Brazilian guy in a suit a seat away who unfortunately doesn't understand English. The first toilet break had to be after SEVERAL polite attempts "I want ...
... the match jumping from on year front to another, we finally ended up watching the 2nd half in the flat of 2 Mexican students doing an internship in SP. And happy we were that we weren't on the street when Mexico held Brazil to a 0-0 draw! That didn't stop us joining the street party that ensued, although to say we felt outnumbered would be an ...
... we walked up to Sao Bento which had another square and a building that resembled the empire state building, you could go up it to the top but needed ID which we didn't have on us so would have to do this another day. This view went up so many floors so you could get a great look out over the whole city which surrounded it. We continued on through the centre of the city to look at the main train station called estacion de luz, which translated to ...
Isto Ú para fazerem hoje - this is to be done by you guys today
Wrapping your head around these sorts of grammatical nuances to some might
The vocabulary is so curious. Like all of the romance languages, most of the time it is very easy, but when there's no easy cognate, you're out in the dark. Take for example the words for silverware. Colher (which contains the diabolical "lh" sound) means spoon, and for some reason ...