Green Place Flat Ibirapuera
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... reality and the market they are in. As Elizabeth Wadam told us earlier this week at the Universidade Anhembi Morumbi 58 percent of the population of Brazil is what is called emerging middle class. When Gol was established it was actually bus companies that were the primary competitor. Gol are therefore giving the emerging middle class an opportunity to move between destinations primarily domestically faster and more flexible than it was possible earlier with busses. ...
... here is the tremendous respect one gets being a person of a "certain age"! I discovered that not only are the museums free of charge, but also the public transportation! I just have to show my photo id! Savings are great and it is like getting the red carpet treatment, for sure!
Overseas Adventure Travel is the way to go!
I am very excited to be taking my first trip throughout Brazil but my third trip with Overseas Adventure Travel! ...
... too much. Praise the lord, Brazil won on spot-kicks and the crowd went wild... check the video!
Andrea had been going on about this restaurant that served excellent Picanha. Picanha is a cut of beef considered the best in Brazil, found at the top of the animal. The way they serve it is raw, sliced very thinly with the fat still on. A griddle is brought to your table with a gas burner underneath and one by one you place the slices on the grill for as long or as short ...
... t know if we would make our boat, we had also already reserved our hotel on the island and had no intention of sleeping in a bus shelter waiting for the first boat service on Monday!! Our next coach was rickety and old, we kept having to change seats as people had reserved their seats, after a panicky half an hour we finally got to the original stop and dragged our cases along the cobbled road to get to the “pier” a small dark wooden platform with no ...
... really neat how the historic center is built in a way that is very pedestrian friendly, with an abundance of plazas and small streets filled with stores and restaurants.
That night we took a red eye bus from the city towards our next destination: Curitiba.