Etoile George V Jardins
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Microwave in room
- Swimming pool
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... and most people ended up walking on their own. Along the way up, a porter was resting on a rock and seemed exhausted, so I asked him if he was okay in my pigeon Spanish. He seemed to say yes but he didn’t look okay. I gave him some water and sat with him for a while, and he then perked up and carried on – he was extremely grateful. I ended up ahead of everyone and got to the first resting point (about half way up the ascent) about 45 minutes before the next person. ...
... hostels and things but there is quite a large possibility that I will have to write and upload them when I get to Uruguay in March when I am reunited with my laptop and a stable internet connection! My parents are arriving in Rio on Saturday and I am so excited to see them and spend a couple of weeks exploring!
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... games with our new pals. We spent the remainder of that night touring the local bars in Vila Madalena, testing out the Brazilian shots, Cachaça, and our samba skills.
Our last day in SP was spent recovering and preparing for our night bus to Florainopolis, aka hanging around the hostel. However, we did venture out to visit Batman alley, a local graffiti hotspot. We eventually made our way across town a few hours early to avoid the crazy rush hour on the SP metro.
... trying to figure out the words to the national anthem and seeing all of the drama and emotion that came out of the games. It’s almost as great as the Olympics. So now it’s over and I am sad. The entire city has taken down its green and yellow for another four years.
That’s probably the last I’ll write on that. My life has been pretty chill. I’ve been doing stuff most days, but nothing ...
... for clients. This company services benefit travel management companies, as well as their clients, by providing and organizing the data and expenses to clearly show all of the transactions dealing with travel. Brazil is an invoicing culture. They do a lot of work in collecting all of the payment information from the TMCs, banks, and clients to organize the invoices and expenses. An interesting aspect of this business is how much paper they use. ...