Carillon Plaza Hotel
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... we had been invited to. It was Italian themed so we had to wear some sort of Italian colours.
When we arrived I instantly realized that I was under dressed for the occasion. It was a fancy event, and I was wearing maroon pants and a t shirt. Woops. We got treated to a lot of beer and an amazing pasta dinner while socializing with some of the people there.
We were treated to a crazy surprise when one of the guys there proposed to his girlfriend. Something that ...
... again the Fanatics become the attraction. One lone Chile fan starts his own chant. Cirsty is proud of Ryan when he chooses to do the walking tour instead of heading straight to the pub. Cirsty realises that the new memory card only holds 12 pictures! Ryan doesn't know how she will manage to only take 12 pictures. Cirsty feels safe after seeing the police force clocking on
for their shift (100 strong with machine guns). After a quick tour of ...
... my ipad without getting motion sick. I nearly popped out of my chair a few times and definitely got a few bruises. Don't they pave the highways? It felt like (and okay, a couple times it actually was) cobblestones with speed bumps. But on the highways? Come on now Brazil. My friend Paula (who goes by Pam) met me at the humongous Tiete bus terminal near her home in the north of the city. We hung out for a week in Buenos Aires. After changing clothes in the bathroom, we stashed my ...
... took pictures of the murals, I tried not to walk into the walls as I was obviously enamored. Then he bought breakfast of pão de queijo while we chatted about jumping out of things in the sky. I believe this is the definition of "man".
So, while São Paulo is not necessarily a traveler’s destination, there is always something to find if you look hard enough, and get lucky enough to have a local show you the way. ...
... of the different families are identical also, it is only the size that differs. When they assemble the different sizes, they start with the cockpit, and then start adding the number of the pieces required for the size of the jet. The bigger the jet, the more pieces are added between the cockpit, and the wing attachment piece, as well between the wings and the tail. The engines are all outsourced from GE, Pratt & Whitney, Rolls Royce, and Honeywell.
One thing I ...