Hotel Fazenda Areia que Canta
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... part of the afternoon in the pool, we attended a 'Brazilian Dance Class' which was lasted about an hour and was fantastic - the guy organising it was such fun and had an eclectic 80s brazilian fashion sense. After that, we played a few games of pool and returned at about 9.30 to the hotel to change and head out for dinner, although at this point our bodies ached and we were all exhausted. The next morning, we were up early to make the most ...
... us during the PowerPoint presentation. It is truly a global company, building planes being flown all over the world, including US; airlines that I fly on! Next time I fly US Airways, I'm going to look for the Embraer emblem, and know that I visited the site where that plane may have been manufactured. Our host, Danilso, was so well informed and shared a lot of information on the process from order to finish to ...
... got the metro to the station closest to our hostel where we met Katia (another friend of Daniella´s). She drove us to the hostel which was a big help. After checking in we headed out to have a bite to eat. They took us to a local Habibs fast food restaurant where we tried local cuisine including our first taste of pastels (a pastry filled with meat). We were then given a night time tour of the city ...
... There were plenty of people there already by the time we arrived at just gone 3 pm. The rest of Juliana's friends met s there. It was good to meet her friends, however there was a language barrier as most of them didn't speak English at all. Ah well, the joys of international sign language.
I'm no expert at dancing, but I thought I wasn't that bad, until I saw some of the girls dancing. Oh my god, they can move. How they move their feet ...
... the hostel. We planned to go to dinner somewhere and watch the Brazil soccer match (and hopefully I could watch the Heat play in the finals too). We ended up at some pizza place that had a big screen for dinner and then moved on to O'Malley's, an Irish Pub type place that was charging $R14 (like $9) for a pint of Guinness (did I mention Brazil is expensive?)
We ended up meeting another Irishman in that bar and went on a late night journey through ...