Radisson Hotel Curitiba
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Room service
- Non-smoking hotel
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... was able to hold off for a while but then the Spanish eventually broke through and scored. In the second half they substituted some of their big names and put in even bigger names on. The end result was 3-0 to Spain and it could have been worse.
For Joe and Josh as disappointing as the result was, to be able to see the Spanish players ...
... lived in Taipei for half of my life so the "big city" culture shock wasn’t as prominent for me as for some people who are from a small town/city background. Secondly, I do strenuous research about a place before I get there which means I know a whole lot about Brazil and the cities I am going to already. I have mixed feelings about whether this is good or bad. On one hand I ...
After 8 long years I'm back to my hometown and also Lucy's hometown. Lots of feelings that can't be defined yet. Amazing how I still remember where to turn... Some American chains as subway, dominos and burger king now are part of the city... Not good... It's becoming another Sao Paulo I guess. Anyways, we just arrived and kids are anxious to meet Gma Aline tomorrow. And So am ...
... Bolivian man and his dog push in front of us), no toilets, trucks pretty much driving over our feet, no food! Could this be any *******! YES!!!! We didn’t get through...and there was no way we were waiting another 2hrs to try and get through in the arvo. So Plan B came into action - apparently it’s ok to walk into Brazil without a departure stamp from Bolivia or a stamp into Brazil... Or maybe we were just illegal immigrants for a couple of ...
... to worry about at all.
We stopped by the Botanical Gardens before our first meeting - they were lovely and nice to see. We headed off to the first presentation that went well, was to about 25 or so people. It was very nice.
That afternoon we headed out to a town called Domingo. We visited a Rotarian that was in charge of a special needs school for that region (the local Rotary club also donates to ...