Mendes Plaza Hotel - Torre Plaza
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Pele, the famous soccer player. He grew up and learned soccer in Santos. Then we went to the Coffee Museum, where the original coffee exchange was located. Coffee is what made the area famous; then they expanded into soy, corn and wheat. The highlight was when Doug went to take pictures of a restaurant grilling meat in the street near the stadium. As soon as they saw him taking pictures, they posed and cheered ...
... it no longer is as it is well past its best days. The rooms is white: white floor tiles,white walls, white curtains,, white bed spread, old wooden cupboard and bench and not a painting on the wall. Bathroom is white and small, but does the job. Air conditioning is noisy, but does the job. The room is ok for sleeping, but old hotel means no glazed windows = hear all the noises from the street! Means VERY noisy to sleep and we do not use ear plugs. ...
... 8216;going on’ about it!!!
It is a maritime convention that everyone understands how to don a life jacket and the features contained thereon. This is known as muster and is obligatory for all passengers; an announcement is made followed by seven short blasts and one long blast on the ships whistle. This is the international signal for a general emergency and everyone must go to the muster station as stated on your cruise card. Whilst everyone ...
... like the whole of the education sector were on a field trip at the same time. With kids being kids it was difficult to see where the queue ended. We decided to return later but for now we headed the ½ mile or so toward the Pele Museum.
En route we passed an attraction simply called ‘the Tiled façade’. It must be an attraction because it has its own brown sign! To give it its proper name, the Casa da Frontaria Azulejada was built in 1865 as ...
... by a dinner of seared fillet of British beef with smoked potato fondant, broccoli, carrots and a Tellicherry black pepper sauce washed down with a few (mini) bottles of Cabernet Sauvignon I had time to watch the Expendables 3 before the eyes started to feel heavy. Time to recline the seat, briefly glancing over to Roisin who was already making use of the eye mask, and take a well-earned nap. I slept for about 4 hours before time for another film, the ...