InterCity Campobelo Plaza
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... neighbourhood. The buildings here are very grand but there are lots of ho,eless people and loads of people trying to sell you stuff. We got a bit lost but eventually found what we were looking for, the Barespa building. This is a Santander head office which towers above the city with a viewing area at the top. We qued for about an hour (can't complain though as its free!) and finally got our 5 minutes at the top. I can't really describe the view! Skyscrapers as far ...
... currently working on, and advice for me entering this field.One of the most important things that they told me is that they work with all of the different departments within BCD, depending on what the project is. They said it is very important to know what each area does to understand how to fix the problems. I feel that the Around The World program will be very beneficial in helping me understand the various aspects ...
... Hannah pointed to the next stop. And waited. Five trains passed and still no Hannah. Worried I thought she may have gone to 'Republica', our original destination. Not there. I then made a decision to loop between the two stops as quickly as I could. It took me two loops before I spotted a vey confused Hannah heading back towards where we had lost each other! Happy times as Hannah had no money or real knowledge of where the hostel was. She told me ...
... than trucks. The government’s 2013 inflation goal was 4.5% but in reality it is already climbed to over 7%. Preventing inflation requires controlling costs of goods to market. A more highly developed rail system would certainly help stabilize inflation. They are currently building a new elevated tram in preparation for the 2014 World Cup/2016 Olympics but they needed to start this process 5 years ago and are now rushing to ...
... was huge - it's big enough to seat 8000 people. When the rain paused we headed for the Mercado municipal which is a building that reminded me of Newton Abbot train station (it was nothing like it - I must just be missing home) filled with fruit and veg stalls, spices, meat etc, it was cool to walk around, even on the way to the market there were stalls selling random stuff - I was even offered a chainsaw?!? We decided to head back after that and get more street ...