InterCity Premium Ibirapuera
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... later departure is bad for my body and I nearly fell asleep in the lounge. As I waited, the departure time was brought forward by 15 minutes (every little helps) and we were called to board even sooner. So perhaps it won't be that bad.
As I approached the gate in could see a melee of people waiting to get on. Fortunately there was a fast track and I went straight through. Interestingly, business class passengers went through a different exit and boarded through a ...
... into the meat until I surrendered. To accompany the meat, I had a 750ml Duvel ( great Belgian beer -8 % ABV) – this went down like a treat. I could not resist the fruit plater.
After dinner, I did a mini pub crawl of the bars in Rua Augusta. I had learnt my lesson so moderation was the order of the day. I was back in my hotel room before midnight – I was still shattered from the ...
... a flour mix that seemed like breadcrumbs with bacon. Way too much food!! As the restaurant filled we realised our mistake. Most peopled ordered 1 main + salad and shared. We also thought that maybe meat in brazil must be served fairly rare, but when people behind us had some well cooked meat we realised that the man probably hadn't been asking us about rice, which had seemed odd at the time, as that was meant to be included... Came home to find the ...
... In 2003 these limits were set at a minimum of 20% and a maximum of 25%. Since July 1, 2007 the mandatory blend is 25% of anhydrous ethanol and 75% gasoline or E25 blend. The lower limit was reduced to 18% in April 2011 due to recurring ethanol supply shortages and high prices that take place between harvest seasons. The Brazilian car manufacturing industry developed flexible-fuel vehicles that can run on any proportion of gasoline (E20-E25 blend) and hydrous ...
Posted by: Tim
The rain had stopped and the sun was out for our bus ride to Sao Paulo which took us along some beautiful coastline before pulling into built up city of Sao Paulo. Everyone, including the locals had their own take on this city and opinions varied. Trip Advisor this week put it in their Top Ten upcoming cities to visit so it must be doing something right. We braved the Metro (underground) to get to our hostel ...