Carillon Plaza Hotel
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... Ok so I’ll start from when I arrived. My flight landed VERY early in the morning, it was still dark. My iFriend (a guy I’ve been emailing who is helping me whilst I’m here) met me from the airport. It took us 2 hours to get across the city, on one bus, two trains and then another bus which was... challenging with my two massive pieces of luggage! On the plus side, I got to see a lot of the city out of the ...
... market's stalls were already filled with antiques and handicrafts vendors as well as swarms of people shopping, eating, but mostly just hanging out, by the time we arrived early afternoon.
As the day progressed, we managed to catch not only live music and dancing throughout, but one of the most energetic Capoeira Rodas we have seen, all popping up around the surrounding streets and plazas. In the market's central food court, we stopped to sample ...
... currently working on, and advice for me entering this field.One of the most important things that they told me is that they work with all of the different departments within BCD, depending on what the project is. They said it is very important to know what each area does to understand how to fix the problems. I feel that the Around The World program will be very beneficial in helping me understand the various aspects ...
... snout, trotter etc. It was an... interesting meal and whilst it was too salty I'm glad we tried it, though we might not be rushing back to chomp down on it again. That evening was meant to be a surprise for us, as Cassia and Michael took us out to try and find a Samba bar open on a Wednesday. This proved to be harder than it sounds, with once again everything closed. However, we found a regular bar open back close to the apartment and spent our final evening in ...
We got out of our hostel at around 9.30, heading towards the central olden district for the sights there. To save money, we chose to walk instead of taking the metro. It wasn't that bad, considering we were so used to hiking by now. In little time, we arrived at the first attraction, São Bento monastery, where the Sunday mass was being held. After that, headed towards the gothic Sé ...