Holiday Inn Express Sumare Ave
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Smoking rooms available
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Day 1: Well Rio, it's been real! But off to Sao Paulo we go! Luckily there was a public bus from our hotel that took us straight to the bus terminal. Our bus left Rio at about 10:45 AM so we wanted to be at the bus station by 9:45 AM. After getting a bit lost with the public bus, we finally made it. The bus terminal was huge with hundreds of buses …
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... s (Brazils yummy national drink) for this trip as we watched the game. As is probably the case for most, the Brazilians were very happy to see their fellow South American competitors eliminate Spain, mainly because they think they have a better chance of beating Chile should it come to that! We headed home for Fabio's mums traditional feijoada (black beans with a variety of meat including pig ears). Her cooking is always amazing and this was no ...
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