HB Hotels Ninety
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... for lunch in Paulista Avenue area, which is a big shopping and business street not dissimilar from Oxford Street or 5th Avenue.
At about 6 pm we took overnight bus from Sao Paulo to Foz do Iguacu. We left Sao Paulo with mixed feelings. On one hand we saw very nice areas, where clearly well off middle class people stayed and on the other hand the ‘centro’ was very dirty and seemed like a city from another decade. It is hard to make an opinion of ...
... 50 cent crumbed steak option. They decide that maybe gravy is not a product in Brazil and settle for some stock instead. The duo head further a field on their next walking adventure. After a quick google search the pair head in search of a park. Ryan not too impressed that it's 9.6km away. Cirsty assures him that it will be worth the walk. Ryan persuades Cirsty into wearing some of their fanatic gear on the walk so people know they ...
... 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.
... pollution due to less people having to sit in traffic, as well as providing ride share apps for people to reduce their daily usage of motor vehicles.
Basically, Mo's companies gathers electronic data, and then resells it to anyone who is willing to pay for it. It was very interesting that we had this visit the day before the news reports came out about the uproar regarding electronic tracking by the Government in the USA, as this is something that has been going ...
The flight to São Paulo was about 7.5 hours. Left on time, landed on time. In between, a lot of sitting. The headphone jack was broken so in flight movies and music were off the option list. The clouds rolled in as we were approaching Cuba so gazing out the window grew boring pretty quickly. So I sat and sorted music on the Samsung Galaxy tablet. My headphone rubber earpieces disappeared somewhere between Seattle and Miami. without those earpieces, they ...