Caesar Business Sao Paulo Faria Lima
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... da Sť. We saw lots of street performers and wandered around the massive Mercado Municipal, trying the local food. I am planning a trip to Rio de Janeiro in a couple of weeks with Ale and a Brazilian friend of ours who has family there and I am of course just ridiculously excited! I hope classes don’t start again before then... (I know, wrong attitude to studying etc...) :P
Miss you all lots and I hope you’re all having a great summer ;) ...
... 160;because some of the them might have never heard the word "check-in" before. What for english speakers could be something obvious, for the rest of non english native speakers that could be a challenge. Therefore, GOL is trying to be a friendly airline in terms of providing "easy" instructions to travelers to make the process easier. Moreover, as food and drinks have been a highlight during this week, I should ...
... blocks in front of the hostel.
The girl at the desk of the hostel 'swore' it is just a just a police "manifestation" also called a demonstration or practice. The neighborhood locals said otherwise. The police helicopters and road blocks confirmed it.
It was time to leave Brazil. Do we plan to revisit, not really. There are so many other places on the map. Is it a fair assessment? Absolutely not. Upset by my comment? Thank the ...
... found on the street. I thought that these were cool and it was amazing that most of them were made with the same tiles but simply arranged in different ways.
All in all, it gave me the right mindset when I had to leave. I wanted to express myself more in my design work and learn from the masters. The trip ended with a smile on my face. (And I suppose having the United Club pass to go to the business lounge at the airport helped too.)
... minutes. A few on ramps and merges morphs into the metropolitan freeway system which links motorways & overpasses branching off into the city streets. You notice the city building up on either side of you, but it didn't feel like I expected, which was being overwhelmed by skyscrapers & development. It was dark so I couldn't see much, the Marginal, which is Sao Paulo's main river with its familiar "scent'.