George V Casa Branca
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Outdoor pool
- Multilingual staff
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... there being information about it, no one appears to have actually been, so the instructions for how to get there were a bit patchy. It took us about 1.5 hours to get there and 2 public buses. Thankfully we managed to figure out a way to tell the ticket people on the buses where we wanted to go (was a combo to pointing to a picture, some Spanish (thank you Klara) and a lot of gesticulating) and they helped with where we should change and get off. The ...
... Watching great players like Messi, Van Persie and Robben live in a semi final of a World Cup is just unbelievable! You can't get much better than that except for of course the final between Germany and Argentina. The shoutout was on the side we were sitting which was good. I was going for Argentina so I was happy but the Brazilians... They were disgusted and sad. They felt like the world is ending with their rival going through as well as them getting trashed ...
... to a minor collision on the freeway, this turned into a 2 hour long bus ride and we were starting to get over it a little bit. However the seats were comfortable so I just snoozed the entire ride. Finally we arrived in santos and it was not only cold but still raining. Still, make the best of the situation right. We saw the Mexican team and the Costa Rica team arrive in their FIFA busses which was pretty exciting then we had to find food, pretty badly. We ...
... the party atmosphere of Augusto street (like the Brazilian version of Soho) with a huge street party vibe – we’ve never seen so many people drunk in the street on an average evening before, apart from perhaps Salvador!
Without doubt the highlight of the week though was the traditional Brazilian “churrasco” we were treated to at Fernando’s parents’ house. An ...
... much like our supermarkets. Clyde noted some layout issues that he is specifically aware of in the US designed to move people past more goods that were not being done there in Brazil. Someone pointed out the eggs stacked in the middle of the store at room temperature and I took a picture wondering how they could get away with that. But, thinking back on it, it is probably because they were fresh eggs, not packaged weeks before shipping to the store ...