Grand Plaza Hotel
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... nejaky cas hledanim jineho v te same oblasti. Povedlo se nam, hostel neni az tak hezky jako ten druhy, ale snad to prezijem. Jak jsme tak hledali, tak jsme vlastne prochazeli tu ctvrt Vila Madalena a videli jsme hodne zajimavych budov, trendy kramku a hodne street umeni. Vseobecne ta oblast nam pripadala bezpecnejsi nez Rio, ktere melo takovy nadech nebezpecna. Take jsme si dali kafe a dortik v takove hezke kavarne, kde jsme si skoro pripadali nevhodne obleceni s ...
... in abundance and I know the consequences – I will need a new wardrobe on my return to the UK.
Needless to say that I stuffed up my face – there was not going to be any need for lunch at this rate. When I was signing out of the restaurant, a Cameroonian supporter noticed that my surname was from Southern Africa – so we struck conversation and it turned out that they were very ...
... with 358 different offices. The reason for this agreement was to work with the biggest Japonese accounts such as Toyota and NIkkon. After the presentation, we had a tour through the different departments and they all had something in common, they are all full with Brazilian flags hanging everywhere.
We ended the day shouting GOL for Brazil and having a photo shooting with Neymar, Barcelona's favorite Brazilian player.
... hour out of the centre. Still, it was good to get some sense of it and the yakisoba was ace. There is a huge Japanese population in Sao Paulo, so this was kind of a legitimate thing for us to do! (Everyone still calls it Chinatown. I bet they love that!)
We also took the opportunity to pick up some sushi for the ride to Foz do Iguazu later that day. It was a bit warm by the time we came to eat it, after a ...
... few who ventured out in search of new lands to explore. One of their objectives was to plant sugarcane in newly discovered areas in order to produce sugar. Examples of this include sugarcane plantations in Cape Verde, the Azores and Madeira islands, all of which were settled by the Portuguese. In Brazil, cultivation began in 1532 after the first expedition by famed navigator and explorer Martim Afonso de Souza. At the outset, sugarcane was planted in regions rich in ...