Golden Tower Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Concierge desk
- High-speed internet in room
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... better than in Italy, because there were many Italians (and a lot of other nationalities too) who immigrated to Sao Palo in the last century.
Friday 5th December
We didn’t manage to do very much on this day. In the morning we went to look for Batman Alley, which is basically an area decorated by good street art. Rest of the day spent by going between different bus stations and making sure we get a place on a bus to Foz do Iguacu in the evening. ...
... with other family. That puts my mom at seven hours before me, which is the farthest apart we’ve ever been by time difference. Also, my mom has managed to break and sprain her ankle while attempting to surf. Prayers for her would be appreciated. Anyways, Love you family. Stay safe. Praying for you.
As always, I love you all. Feel free to contact me. Until next time, grace and peace from my room in Barra Funda, Sao ...
... 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. ...
... awful and full of 18 year olds. We met Pablo the English Brazilian banker and ate the best burger in a long time on Rua Augusta. During my stay in São Paulo I kept having moments of elation, on the way to the wrong stadium I reflected on my situation and couldn't help but give a huge smile. I met Vikki the Brazilian at Skye bar overlooking the whole of São Paulo during the night, and partied with Anna who worked in the hostel, she made me chuckle by saying 'wow I ...
... native Haitian food. I felt right at home and totally forgot how rainy it was outside.
There was even more excitment to come. Right before we got to our hotel Caesar on Paulista Avenue, we were entertained by the festivities of the largest LGBT parade in the world. We stayed on the sidewalk and danced to the music and took pictures.
Later, we took a walk through town to find a bar where we ...