Bristol Dobly International Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... and besides at 40,00 ft and completely clouded over, not much to see anyway...
Landing was great, and as always Sampa was spectacular. The new terminal was all in our favor, immigration and baggage recheck went smoothly, and the bike made it thru customs without a problem.
2.5 hrs later we sauntered onto the flight to CNF, exhausted but glad to be almost ...
... the amount of #JogaPraEle hashtags on twitter, and so many other things, I’m actually optimistic. But we’ll see… Also, a couple closing notes of World Cup stuff. I’m sorry to see Costa Rica go. Most of Brazil was cheering for the Netherlands because Netherlands has a better chance of taking out Argentina for us, but I liked my underdogs. It was a close game. See you in four years Costa Rica, you can go home proud. I don’t like Germany but ...
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 ...
We are gathered at hotel lobby to head out to Sky Bar to cap off our last evening in Sao Paulo and it was a fantastic evening. Our tour guide, Fernando Fillet, wanted to share his favorite hang out spot, Sky Bar in Sao Paulo. I have to agree that it a fantastic atmosphere, complemented by amazing views, as the Bar is located a top of Hotel ...
... just be people making out in the open, and this is
not restricted to straight couples either, I can now confirm that
Brazilians are definitely more passionate publicly than New
Zealanders. I stopped for lunch at a ‘weigh as you go’ buffet place at
the food court and had my first taste of feijoada (a meat and black bean
stew, no a fruit). The food was nice and what I thought were eggplants
turned out to be ...