Comfort Suites Flamboyant
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Non-smoking hotel
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Multilingual staff
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There are two ways I have decided to figure out the fashion here. Firstly, I pay attention to what people are wearing at the mall. For some reason the mall is a good place to take mental notes from. Secondly, I see what’s on display and what’s on clearance at the department store in the mall (the fancy botique’s are too fancy, so more like JC Penny.) This time around, clearance is red solid things and button down shirts, and now ...
... in the past year, but she’s actually doing pretty well. She’s just an old woman who goes to Pilates and wears jeans and TOMS and likes suspense movies. She’s been great to me. I have a cousin who lives with her and an aunt who lives nearby and they’ve both been driving me places and spending a lot of time with me. I’m really thankful for all of them. I’ve also been able to see my uncle and his wife and my three little cousins a lot. ...
... is divorced from him and lives with my cousin. She’s your stereotypical grandmother who asks you if you have enough blankets and insists that you get seconds and thirds and lunch.
She’s super nice and has been helping us a ton since we’ve been here living in her house. I love them both so much and really wish I could see them more.
First we’ll go through the sisters. I have a divorced aunt who’s ...
... really like Poland, and B) know a heck of a lot about it.
That´s pretty much exactly what happens here. Just think of how weird it is that Captain America is just as popular here as it is there. And that´s just the movies. All of the TV shows are dubbed or subbed American shows (NCIS, Mentalist, Friends, How I Met your Mother, Big Bang Theory, etc.). In fact, the only real Brazilian shows I´ve seen are some reality TV shows, news, and ...
... and cupuaçu , which I honestly don’t remember about. There’s also this one fruit called pequi. You scrape the fleshy part off the side and throw the giant nut in the middle away. You eat the fleshy part with rice. It’s absolutely awful. Most of the Brazilians I know don’t like it. There’s also a ridiculous amount of mangos, and there are cajá-manga, goiaba (which are fantastic) and all of the usual fruits ...