Bristol Dobly International Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... activity at the airport this morning was photo taking with people in full regalia from the various teams taking part in the FIFA 2014 World Cup. I felt left out as I was not in my England regalia. So note to self - always dress in your teams regalia when flying in Brazil during the World cup for a photo opportunity.
It was very busy at the domestic boarding security gates but once again, hats-off to the Brazilian security team. Considering the number of ...
... Saturday- February 16
At the hostel we had seen an advertisement for a 4 hour walking tour of Sao Paulo, so after breakfast at the hostel, we headed to Republica Plaza for our tour. Our tour guides name was Ricardo and his English was pretty good. He was also extremely knowledgeable and the type of information he provided was all too reminiscent of the Contiki assignment I just finished. For example, when the buildings were built, damaged, restored, who they were built ...
... every chalkboard was “peixe del dia (fish of the day).” We were upset to discover that we had only one option. Well, actually Ceri was relieved as he is a proud opponent of too many food choices (remind me to never take him to the Cheesecake Factory). But I was distraught! I thought we would be having the same meal day in and day out.
Thankfully, I couldn’t have been more wrong. We discovered that we never ...
... and only the bottom half of them move with their waist and top halves still is unbelievable. I was dragged up to dance and felt like a bit of a wally, however, I still had an amazing time. Some guy even asked me to dance with him, which was really strange. I can dance on my own, but trying to be led by someone else is really difficult. The Brazilian's really know how to dance.
By the time we left (9 pm), I was exhausted. I had been dancing ...
N.B. I'm writing this report a bit late so while I am giving my views on Sao Paulo from my first 3 days there, they changed a lot after my second visit there, which I will hopefully get to soon. :)
After the magnificence of Iguazu Falls, I was still feeling great flying into Sao Paulo. I was excited to go because so many of my Brazilian friends in Miami are from there. It is also the largest city in Brazil with 11 million people and the business ...