Golden Tulip Paulista Plaza
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... and I am really pumped up for tomorrow! He is a super fit guy totally into sport, he has his own health plan which he follows strictly and just keeps fit. He is a professional muy thai boxer, which I find awesome and I hope I can pick up a few things from him in terms of keeping healthy and stuff. Good idol to have in this area definitely. What is also super cool is that he said he will give me free muy thai lessons when in 1.5 weeks(he is on holiday between) and that is ...
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