Bourbon Alphaville Business Hotel
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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I thought that some people may be interested in what I have packed. Others will not care, hence a separate blog entry.
I have tried not to obsess about my equipment, as it is of secondary importance to having a good ride. I have I see existing things where possible. I already own more stuff than I will ever use, so it seems crazy to buy more. This has a few advantages of keeping costs down, giving me gear I know and trust and also meaning I will be less annoyed if ...
... of character and motto on it, might have been their mascot. They also had in the crowd many drums and chants they were belting out. It also looked pretty cool when they all linked arms and swayed back and forth up and down their rows. That as well as pointing and leaning over as they belted chants at the opposition stand. The away supports stand was tiny in comparison to the rest of the stadium. Each side of the away stand had ...
... they look like they would even work- unlike the ones that Sydney Buses have installed. We have heard a horror story from Hannah about them.
Just can't work out for the life of us how to get a wheelchair ONTO the bus, but I suppose that is inside information.
As outsiders, Graham has learned that we can travel free simply by flashing our passports. Exactly how he worked this out is anyones guess.
Maybe it is like we are ...
... specialize in one plane rather than several. They are also investing in fuel efficient aircrafts in order to lower ticket prices and gain market share. She mentioned that they are offering a premium product for the first four rows of the planes. In these seats, there is no middle seat and they receive onboard snacks or meals. One thing that is most impressive about GOL is their rewards program, ...
No, I mean seriously.
We arrive in Sao Paulo at around 8:00 pm something (i.e. 12 hours after the original ETA). The immigration takes a couple of minutes. It's amazing how efficient it is. I am impressed : maybe 10 or 15 lines are open (Brazilian nationals, foreigners).
The airport looks terrible on the other hand. It feels like I landed in Angola years ago. Just a bit less dirty and disorganized :)