Melia Jardim Europa
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This is my first day in Sao Paulo. Yesterday in the early morning I had a really hard time to say my family and friends goodbye for half a year, but after that, the adventure began! Thanks for all the farewell whishes!
It was a really long travel by plane, and I couldn't get any sleep, or maximum half an hour in total because I was sitting next to a yelling brazillian high school class. But anyway, after ...
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that things "made in Brazil" break a lot, even more than things made in China. For example, my Dad sat on his bed at our hostel and it broke. And, my Mom broke a water faucet right off the pipe just by turning it off. Noa broke the shower right off the wall just by turning the hot water to cold.
In Brazil, I loved it when...
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... ones in Argentina, and I didn't sleep well.The bus ride from Florianopolis to Sao Paolo was more like a Bolivian bus than Argentinian. I booked with Catarinense a top-floor executivo seat in the front row in an uncrowded bus with leito/camas on the ground floor, so it should have been dandy. But between the sawhorse-puller one row back and the hourly stops to pick up people all night long, I could barely sleep. On top of it all, the road was so bumpy I couldn't read or watch a ...
Only here for 1 night for a connection onto Iguazu falls This is Brazil's largest city. We had a morning stroll to Ibirapuera park which is in the city centre and watched a bit of the marathon that was taking place. We have loved Brazil and now very excited to see Argentina! Next stop ...
... told me that faculties like business and economics put a lot of money in their buildings, and I thought these buildings did look dashing. On the other hand, the social sciences faculty have always been sort of against the social order of the government if I am correct. For this reason they do not get a lot of funding. Ana even referred to them as having 'poorly' looking buildings. ...