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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
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... it took us nearly 2 hours. By the time I got there I was desperate for a shower and pleased that my hotel room had a good one. And, after changing, to the seminar another 45 minutes (3km) away. Despite having 18 lane highways there is so much traffic congestion you can see why they need a change of policy.
Change is certainly happening. The municipality has recently adopted policies favouring public transport, walking and cycling and reducing car use. They just have no ...
... people and its pitch dimensions are 104 m of length by 70 m of width.
The stadium is named after Paulo Machado de Carvalho. He was the 1958 FIFA World Cup Brazilian delegation chief, the founder of Rede Record, one of the largest television networks in Brazil and was known as "Marechal da Vitória" (Marshal of Victory).
The stadium is still used but beneath the stands on one side of the ...
... I have been warned about is safety. Brazil has a negative reputation right now about safety. I was a lot more cautious today then I was last week. I wore my handbag under my jacket and was alot more aware of my surroundings. Throughout my whole week in Dubai I never saw a police officer once. However, within the few hours of sightseeing, I saw potentially 100 ...
... to try which was really nice so we said ok, we will buy a pitaya, then he tried to charge us $40 BRL which is about 11pounds! It wasn´t that great so we didn´t try any more tasters! We wandered through the city through some pretty rough areas and saw the cathedral which is really impressive but outside in the fountain area, there are huge amounts of homeless people using the fountains to ...
... hydrated ethanol (E100) was compensated by an increase in the use of anhydrous ethanol mixed with gasoline, thanks to the expansion of Brazil’s light vehicle fleet. By then, in 25 years of large scale use of ethanol, Brazil had developed engine technologies and
distribution logistics that were unprecedented in the world. The network of fueling stations in which pure ethanol could be purchased reached 28 thousand. In March of 2003, Flex-Fuel vehicles were ...