- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
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It was another beautiful day in Belo Horizonte and all of us were back at work. The paint crew was hard at work sanding, painting, climbing ladders, and making the facility more beautiful then ever before. The rest of the crew started out with mixing more concrete and laying more block for the new stairwell that will evidently lead to the second floor of the school. While the last blocks were ...
... must've been a robbery. There was a man running down the footpath as another man quickly jumped in his car and started to chase the robber. Was fun to see something Iike that as it made our trip to the wrong place a bit more enjoyable. We had another address for the club so we tried that place, and it was correct. Car chase. Footpath chase Booking bus change of plans Taxi ride to gig. Door ...
... was Picanca, but Hump was a close second, especially the second one that came around, which was much more succulent. I think after the outer layers have been shaved off, the waiters return the skewers to the rotisserie and cook it further. Waiters come and go, tempting us with their specialty cuts until we can't look at another piece of meat. Graham is the first to raise the white flag, or turn the coaster to red permanently but Arman ...
... from the sugar cane, including Ethanol, used to power cars! During this visit I learned so much about sugar cane production that we all joked that we received our PHD in sugar cane. This was attributed to not only the presentation, but how knowledgeable Luana was on the topic. I personally was impressive with how well informed she was on the topic, and how well she addressed all our questions.
After learning about the energy uses of sugar ...
... rgba(175, 192, 227, 0.230469); -webkit-composition-frame-color: rgba(77, 128, 180, 0.230469); -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto; ">The street parties in the main town happened every night, and featured 4 or 5 buses which run up and down the main street with bands, singers and dancers getting the crowd going! They weren't as mental as I imagine Rio and Salvador to be and they don't have the processions and costumes etc, but it was still incredible to experience carnival in a place ...