Howard Johnson Faria Lima
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room
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... to the bar on the 42nd floor yet, we did have a nice view from a couple of windows.
First thing is first, this is the biggest city in the southern hemisphere. There are 20 million people that live here. It is incomprehensible how large this place actually is. I did my best today to try and understand how this city works but it is a little hard. There are huge skyscrapers literally as far as you could ever possibly see.
We tried to go up to the ...
... finally find someone who directs them to the ticketing box. Ryan is happy to find the ticketing box as the mission is almost complete. Cirsty suggests that they don't waste an hour and a half waiting for ticketing office to open they should go and research which bus or train to catch out to get them to their hotel. They re-enter the airport for free WIFI. The pair struggle with WIFI so give ...
... me a place to stay in the center of the city. Romulo speaks decent English and turns out to be a great host. Romulo, Pam and I went to Via Madalena, the hip area of own where most tourists stay and sought out live samba. We weren't very lucky as there was little live music. Just lots of tourists and locals drinking beer. Kinda boring in my opinion. Pam left around 11pm and I stayed with Romulo for another beer or two before going back with him to his house. I was gifted my ...
During the last days before leaving I'm making all the necessary arrangements and trying not to explode my bag with all of my stuff. Despite the fact that Brazil's laws allow one to carry 32kg within, I still think it's not enough.
On September 10 I'll catch ...
... to use for their jets, and Embraer purchased the rights for it after McDonald Douglas went out of business.
Once all the pieces of the shell have been assembled to the desired size, the plane moves to the next station where the windows and doors are taped up with plastic, and a pressure sealant is applied to the shell on the inside. Every inch of the shell is sealed with multiple coats of this sealant as this is what allows for cabin pressurization. The fuselage is ...