Mercure Sao Paulo Privilege
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... drinking, dancing and generally having a great time. I could (but wont) write an essay about the full day- suffice to say that the atmosphere was up there with the best I'e ever experienced and the day was incredibly fun. The only slight dampener on the day was when the Germans scored because this killed the Argentinians spirits somewhat unsurprisingly! We didn't really see much trouble to be honest but it was fairly obvious that if this was a Brazil vs Argentina final ...
... the match jumping from on year front to another, we finally ended up watching the 2nd half in the flat of 2 Mexican students doing an internship in SP. And happy we were that we weren't on the street when Mexico held Brazil to a 0-0 draw! That didn't stop us joining the street party that ensued, although to say we felt outnumbered would be an ...
... years it has been around. After a long day with lots of walking we took a taxi back to our hostel and had a chill out. Much needed sit down! In the evening we went to the supermarket and got some ingredients to cook tea in the hostel. We decided on chicken and vegetable pasta bake which was very tasty to say we had limited resources. It had been a busy tiring day so we relaxed for the evening before going to bed to restore ourselves for tomorrow's ...
... has a lot of the same problems with Portuguese that I do. Someone pointed that out halfway through the party, and over the course of the evening I repeatedly supported the notion that I speak like a toddler. I think the two of us understood each other very well. Everyone in the room shared in my amusement when he insisted on giving me a beijo on the cheek before leaving.
In many ways these study abroad experiences do remind me of being a child. ...
... the minute traffic information in Brazil, and is growing very rapidly each and every day. Mo stressed the importance of traffic updates in Brazil for the local populace, and maplink has done such a good job of tracking traffic in Brazil, that google maps actually uses maplink's data for their site in Brazil!
The most uinteresting part of Moacir's presentation was his passion for collecting big data. I refered to Moacir ...