George V Alto de Pinheiros Hotel
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Starring- Cirsty, Ryan, Sao Paulo locals, Fanatics, Chile fan, Military Police, Ross, Rowan, Reece, Taylor, Brazil fans, Supporters from other countries, Eight Mile Plains Local
Locations- Sao Paulo Catedral, Sao Paulo Centro, FIFA Fan Fest, Bar, Mercure Nacoes Unidas
Cirsty and Ryan arrive punctually down in reception for their first fanatics activity. They have taken the advice of the guides and are travelling light - one camera ...
... One was causing a stir as it frantically flapped its wings. It's attempts to fly off useless as a short rope tied on to its leg was attached to one of the mans wrists. The other two, talons perched over a chair waited peacefully with caps over their eyes to prevent any more ruckus. Kate would have given that coffee house a wide birth. Next up was the 14 hour flight to São Paulo. I will never think of the flight to Sydney or Melbourne as being long ever again. I slept little as ...
... 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 wasnīt that great so we didnīt 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 ...
... made from sugarcane, and with the rest of the world wanting to reduce their dependence on foreign oil, I think Brazil is poised to become a major player, if not the world leader in the supply and export of ethanol as a viable fuel source to many countries around the world. They are ready for the challenge, however do not want to invest in new mills and expansion of their crops until the world wide demand for ethanol increases, which is understandable. The bottom line is, if ...
... a building now owned by Santander. It's Sao Paulo's answer to the Empire State Building. I thought I had read somewhere that it was the largest building outside of the United States so we got off the tube and pointed our head skywards expecting to see some mack off building but instead there was just normal skyrise sized buildings. We then saw a building we thought looked like the Empire State but we couldn't believe it was the Banespa building because it simply ...
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