Mercure Sao Paulo Ibirapuera
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... Autobus byl celkem pohodlny, v podstate lepsi nez autobusy na jake jsme zvykli ve Velke Britanii nebo Cechach. Mezi sedadly je vic mista a skoro cele sedadlo se da sklopit. Tenhle ridic moc nespechal a tak do Sao Paula jsme dorazili s vic jak hodinovym zpozdenim nekdy po pulnoci. Z cehoz jsem byla troche nervozni protoze jsme to mesto neznali a slyseli jsme velice rozdilne nazory o Sao Paulo od ostatnich cestovatelu. Ale dopadlo to dobre, vzali jsme si metro na stanici ...
... Socceroos could do some recruiting here. Ryan starts to gets nervous when he notices that other bystanders are asked to play as others leave the game. The pair decide to leave before Ryan is asked to play. Cirsty and Ryan meet some fellow Fanatics group members at the welcoming drinks which marks the start of the tour. A few beers are had. Ryan starts an Oi Oi Oi chant. Cirsty spots some drunk bogans and wonders what she has let herself in ...
The title pretty much sums up this day, from an application company, to a textile company and journalist. This day was filled with interesting interviews.
We also got to experience the accuracy of google maps in Sao Paulo, using public transit to arrive on time across all of our interviews. Every minute counted and we could not afford to miss any bus.
... bus but it sounded like it would take a long while and after dark, I would probably miss my stop and end up in Paraguay.
The shuttle cost 17R and promised to drop me near the hotel.
Which they did, depending of course on your definition of near and my ability to determine “near” in a city of 576 square miles.After about 30 minutes, I noticed some a few of the other American looking passengers start to collect their ...
... any other big city in a developing country. After about 5 hours of walking around the city center on our second day of arrival (by the time we arrived and checked into our little hotel room on the first day, there wasn't much daylight left and we were told by multiple parties not to venture out alone in the night which we dutifully obeyed), this is what we concluded ...