Sao Paulo Airport Marriott Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Airport Transportation
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SX7lU72 KKP0&feature=player_detailpage& list=PLAV7IYwnOhOX9CQGz6FQAXg-cD3NdTu7X
Translation: (You guys get to see me translate Portuguese into English and try to make it not awkward...) "The roads are mine, yours, and all of Brazil's! Our party is on the road...
Come.. see Brazil up close with arms wide open.. Brazil has invited the
whole world.. Our party is on the road!"
#6 - ...
... it now, so it’s calmed down. But on the other hand, when you’re protesting against something for so long, it’s almost expected that you make a statement about it on the day of. Sure, it’s inconvenient, but at least it’s been pretty peaceful. Anyway, I woke up to that on the news and air horns outside. Also helicopters (famous people have to get to the stadium somehow). Everyone was in a frenzy. Game day was ...
... Real de Valor (Unit of Real Value), which served as a key step to the implementation of the current currency, the Real. After the introduction of the Plano Real, the inflation rate in Brazil stabilized at around 7% between 1995 and 2012. In order to grow the economy through consumption, the government also cut interest rates to promote spending at private banks. This however resulted in higher delinquency rates, so banks needed to be more conservative in their ...
... along with the likes of Mexico city, new York and new Delhi. Sao Paulo: metro population 9 million, and a city with many hidden gems but nowhere more so than around our hostel. Over those days I hung out with Tom and Chris, 2 Aussie fellas from Melbourne. Who managed to find the best coffee in Sao Paulo on day 1, yuppy melbournites... Throughouthe evenings we scoped out a number of bars and found some ...
... Kaaren wanted a screwdriver, so we got vodka in a glass and orange juice from a juice box. Unbelievable!
Anyway, Kaaren took one photo today; the sun coming up over the Andes out our window. Pretty good picture, I think.
We’ll probably post some final thoughts on the trip once we’re home. We’re both ready to be ...