Melia Jardim Europa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... donc les grands propriétaires commerciaux ont fait appel aux japonais pour faire le boulot. Parce que pendant ce temps là au Japon, et bah c'est la misère. Alors pour nourrir la famille et bien, ils émigrent. les premiers arrivées par bateaux, en provenance de Kobé, passant par le Cap de Bonne Esperance étaient 791 seulement!) Ils fondent petit à petit cette communauté qui s'etend aujourd'hui à tous les Pays Asiatique mais aussi à des pays comme le Liban ou on retrouve nombreux ...
We were greeted by the friendly, familiar face of Thais at the airport. It was great to not have to worry about organising a taxi or bus to get to a hostel. However, it was a shame that Paul, her English husband was not around as he was back in England for a family issue. Thais kindly drove us to her place and what a nice place she had with a garden and a washing machine!! We took full advantage of that, washing what seemed like our whole bag! We were looking forward to a week of ...
... to do some research for me on how to get to Viracopos airport (although called Sao Paulo Viracopos – it is about one hour forty-minutes from Sao Paulo). Brazil were playing Cameroon in Brasilia on 23rd June and as a result, all the flights out of São Paulo Guarulhos and São Paulo Congonhas were fully booked. So I ended up getting a flight to Brasilia from Viracopos on 23rd June for onward ...
I came to Sao Paolo mainly because I had two contacts there who offered to put me up. Other travelers warn that it's nothing but a concrete jungle, and it's not worth our time as a traveler. I went anyway, and I'm glad I did. It wasn't gorgeous or amazing, but it was a busy, big city with a lot to offer. I'm sure that staying with locals helped improve my opinion, but I've learned that in some jungles, you just need a local guide. I arrived on overnight bus. It wasn't glamorous ...
... Spot and said to have the Penne pasta with creme sauce and melon and prosciutto. It was to die for, so great recommendation Fernando. About 6-7 Bohemia Cerveja's later I found myself in front of our hotel puffing on a nice Cuban Cohiba, and at around midnight it was time to pack it in for the 5:30 AM alarm clock.
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