Hotel Mercure SP Moema
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... is a football museum, which celebrates in the main all the Brazilian heros. Starting with Charles Miller, who brought football to Brazil. Then all the famous Brazilian players like Pele, Garincha, Zico, Socrates, Ronaldo just to name a few. It has soccer history of all the decades that Brazil won the world cup. The Football museum is a great place to visit if you are football lover.
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... Maria and her background in the tourism and hospitality industry.
We took a taxi to a popular indoor market on the south side of the city. We walked through the market, looking at all of the amazing fruit and meat displays. We had the chance to try some of the fruit ourselves. Each was delicious and different than any other fruit I have had before! We ...
... today’s competitive global environment as the company pursues new opportunities in other markets.
That evening we found Restaurante Spot after a long walk. We wanted to have a light dinner. I believe that’s where I had my first Caipirinha made with lime, sugar and Cachaša also known as Brazilian rum.
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Fernando's quote: "There are no sins below the equator"
... virtually introduced me to a friend of his and we decided to meet. He invited me to visit him at his office, which is not even downtown, strictly speaking. On the map, it really didn't look that bad at all. Paulo suggested I took the bus as no metro line was nearby my destination. I decided to leave well ahead : my meeting was at 4 pm and I left Paulo's place at 1:30. It would give me time to have a drink somewhere and "cool off" in my ...
... only present that a gay man could possibly want – yes the famous 'I Love Boobies’ T-Shirt). Helen’s friend Helen (also northern and bonkers) got me some Havainas flip flops – I am so going to rock Rio now). We had roast chicken and roast beef and Colin and Helen even managed to get hold of pigs in blankets and to make some stuffing. Then we had a hilarious game of ‘The People Game’. For those of you who haven’t played ...