Blue Tree Premium Faria Lima
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
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... we bought yesterday. Since we had a 1 hr 25 minute layover in Lome we had time to eat comfortably. It took us in reality an hour to eat so it was only 11:50AM so we decided to walk down to the corridor where are flight was departing. It took us 10 minutes to get there so the plane was already boarding at 12:00PM. We got on and waited for the plane to take off at 12:15PM. We watched a ...
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The next day we went for a walking tour of Sao Paulo. The guy spoke really good English and we got to see loads of the city on foot. The city has a varied history and a long history of corruption.
After the tour we grabbed a 15 hour bus out of the city to head to the Argentinean/Paraguayan/Brazilian Boarder, or as most know it as, Iguaçu Falls
... for dinner. Fernando recommended a place for sushi that was a 10 minute walk but "easy" to get to. We all met, including Lauren and John and headed to the Japanese restauraunt. It was down hill all the way which had obvious implications for the return trip. We actually managed to find this one fairly easy.
It was an interesting conversation and there were some people who had not had sushi/sashimi. Spencer ...