L'Hotel Porto Bay Sao Paulo
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... and get us in without queueing. We leave our spot in the queue we've worked so hard for, to stand as close tot he bouncers as possible. They only want to let one person in at a time. I can't understand why. Lou goes in, jumping the queue and tells us to wait for the bouncers to say we can too. I don't think this would work in the UK as we can't even speak their language (and definitely not in Berlin, where they just hate you for being English) so I'm pleasantly surprised to ...
... took pictures of the murals, I tried not to walk into the walls as I was obviously enamored. Then he bought breakfast of pão de queijo while we chatted about jumping out of things in the sky. I believe this is the definition of "man".
So, while São Paulo is not necessarily a traveler’s destination, there is always something to find if you look hard enough, and get lucky enough to have a local show you the way. ...
... the process into a production line environment. The jets would be moved via a robotic tug from one station to the next, and the people and tools would be waiting for it's arrival. They also leaned out the entire process removing anything that unnecessary from the area. After implementing these changes, they were able to get a jet off the line every 8 days - a remarkable improvement.
It was easy to tell that our speaker was very passionate about the company and the ...
... bus but it sounded like it would take a long while and after dark, I would probably miss my stop and end up in Paraguay.
The shuttle cost 17R and promised to drop me near the hotel.
Which they did, depending of course on your definition of near and my ability to determine “near” in a city of 576 square miles.After about 30 minutes, I noticed some a few of the other American looking passengers start to collect their ...
... the sight of Aryton Senna's grave, cordoned off by twisted black and yellow tape, a tatty Brazilian flag and dying flowers wasn't what I expected. I believe ha had wished to be laid to rest somewhere quiet and out of the way, such was his character, but a certain level a respect needs to be paid and for us that was missing. It was sad to see his resting place not living upto the expectations we had set. Aryton was my first sporting hero and I remember ...
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