Comfort Suites Alphaville
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... the moment is the drought and what the new President is going to do about it because the reservoir for the city is currently at 3%. We are supposed to run out of water by the end of October so along with the rest of Sao Paulo, I’m wondering what’s going to happen if (or when) that situation arises...
I hope the English weather isn’t too grey (it was 37 here last week :O )!
Lots of love from,
... song... and McDonald's is all over the world... Also no translation needed.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uqpw8R- vqD8&list=PLAV7IYwnOhOX9CQGz6FQAXg- cD3NdTu7X&feature=player_detailpage
#4 - Sadia; Joga Pra Mim! (Play for Me!)
Honesly, I think I just like this one because of the weight of it. It's not catchy or funny, it just shows how much soccer (and winning the World Cup) is part of Brazil's culture and history. Like, woah. No ...
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 ...
Enough "good only" stories - Sao Paulo has very obviously also its bad sides and we have already suffered a lot from them. What I'm talking about? Nightmare traffic jams. Researchers have discovered that the average commute is especially terrible. On a good day, traffic stretches 112 miles, and on a bad day 183 miles. 183 miles - can you imagine? I CAN - because I'm suffering. Take just today: we ...
Sao Paolo station taught me an important life lesson. Never go to subway and especially not if the server speaks Portuguese and you don't. Cue cringe moment of 3 subway staff shouting at me, growing backlog of customers and me trying to list some sandwich ingredients in Spanish - seems pointing at food items is not a sufficient form of ordering here.
Leg 2 - Sao Paulo ...