Bourbon Atibaia Convention & Spa Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... France is out. That was just a lose-lose game for me. Finally, shout out to David Luiz, who is one of my new favorite futebol players. Julio Ceasar is my favorite out of loyalty. Neymar is a favorite because it’s impossible not to like him. Luiz is a favorite just because he’s a cool guy. After the BRAvCOL game he was consoling and encouraging James (Columbia’s star player) and he’s given some really cool interviews glorifying God. And he plays well but ...
Andrea had an important meeting that day however and did have to work, (Italian company) so got home only an hour before kick-off. Having been for lunch in the centre of Sao Paulo and enjoyed the sight of fans from all different nations shouting signing and generally making a scene, we had looked at some bars closer to Villa Marina as potential places to watch the game but they were either full already or wanting a hundred or more Reals (£30) to ...
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... a very bad neighborhood. The buildings were all run down and a lot of people on the streets were homeless. We were even approached by a homeless man who started asking us for something and when he reached into his pocket I think we both metaphorically wet ourselves (thankfully it was for a cigarette). He then followed us for about a couple hundred meters before we stopped at a café. The man behind the counter gave the man a roll without hesitation and he walked across the street ...
... Sao Paulo´s Japanese district. Interestingly, Sao Paulo has the biggest Japanese population in the world, outside of Japan. We spent the afternoon getting to grips with the enormity of the world´s third biggest city
Upon arrival back at the hostel we were greeted with a power cut, meaning that we had to use our head-torches to shower, get dressed and put our make up on for the night ahead. Our only way of contact ...