Dan Inn Planalto
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... those air plane mags, and was keen to come. However when I arrived at the entrance, all the gates were closed, save for a small gap in the pedestrian entrance next to the unmanned guard's cabin.
Without really considering if it was the right thing to do or not, I wandered into the courtyard, and followed the signs to the exhibition. I passed the administration offices on the way and nobody looked up, so hey, I just kept going.
... we saw another guy with luggage and he came up to us asking if we were also headed to the airport. Of course we said yes and he suggested that we all take a cab together as it would be cheaper. This guy was a native Brazilian who was presently living in Sao Paulo and told us that we could get a cab for 80 Real total while the bus would cost us 37 Real each. I was a bit skeptical about getting a cab for that cheap as we had been told a cab from ...
... 1077;нь мы гулял 80; с ним по парка 84;, музея 84; и старо 84;у город 91;. Благо 76;аря ему мы смогл 80; ...
... nonchalantly sitting by himself drinking a coffee.
About my host Dad, he's an impressive man. Together with his wife, Tânia, Élcio runs a weekday lunch restaurant where I eat in between classes. It's a pay-by-the-pound buffet which features a different style of cuisine every day. All of the food there is quite good, but I'm particularly partial to the shrimp pie.
Tânia and Élcio have two daughters. Tamié lives in the apartment with her 8-year-old son, Mattheus. ...
... in the world with plane models in the commercial, executive and military. We reviewed some of their building strategies such as partnering with different manufactures to design the planes per spec, and then everything is assembled at their facilities around the world, San Jose being the largest including having the largest private airport airport in the Southern Hemisphere, at 5000 meters expandable to 8000 meters. The location had been a backup site ...