Tivoli Sao Paulo Mofarrej
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... as it was late, but the guy on reception convinced me it was fine in our area and there was a nice restaurant two blocks away. It was called Bella Paulista, and is mostly a patisserie, but sells hot food also. How it works is you take a plastic ticket which has a barcode on it, get a table, and anything you order is scanned onto the ticket which you then bring to the cash register. The interior style and waiter service reminded me of a typical French café. While I was there ...
... The pair manage to sport some familiar sights from their taxi ride to their motel. Ryan tries to consult his map on his phone but Cirsty reminds him that this might make them a target. Ryan looks anyway. They pass underneath a monorail that didn't quite get finished in time for the World Cup. Ryan spots some fellow Aussies across the street. A passing local points up at a flag hanging from a balcony. To their surprise it's ...
... my time in Venezuela will be the experience of a life time. For my sake I hope I don't disappoint but there is truly no better way to find out. As my nervousness slowly settled excitement of the adventure ahead was growing The 11 hour flight to Doha, Qatar was soon over and with a couple of hours to kill I walked the gates of airport eager to stretch my legs and contacted Kate. I chuckled to myself as I sat down for a coffee next to three Arabic men, each with a pet falcon resting next ...
... 8217;s haven, with fine dining everywhere you look. I had some of the best Italian food I’ve ever had here, followed the next day with an authentic Brazilian meal of insane stews and fish ribs from a monster out of the Amazon River. The largest Japanese population outside of Japan lives in this city, so sushi rocks. One menu featured a Sushi Festival with all-you-can-eat sushi trays dropped off every ...
... talked of racism in the students context and historically (including in the US and in South Africa).
After church and Sunday School, Lucas and I at the market and walked over to Ipiranga Museum. This is the where history holds that "shout of freedom" for Brazil occurred. Think back to your American history/School House Rock days "the shot heard round the world". This would be the local of the Brazilian equivalent. <http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EdDg mwEIJl8>, ...