Mercure Apartments Sao Paulo Nortel
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... have 18 minutes to find your luggage, otherwise, you miss your plane. 18 minutes. No problem. I can find it in 18 minutes. Well, not even in Brazil can they walk you past the "point of no return" near the baggage claim. She pulls out a radio and radios to someone on the inside about a lost gringo baggage and needs to be brought to where we were (at least that's what I gathered she said). Apparently the last name Travers in Portuguese is ...
... a disgusting smell. Afterwards we headed to republica square to find some lunch but there wasn't much there so we took the underground to our next planned stop in Paulista and had lunch in a shopping centre close by. This area was a big business area with high rise skyscrapers and a lot better than some of the areas we had walked through. Not long after lunch had settled we were on the move again, our last stop of the day was one Steve had been ...
... here. Portuguese is, as my Professor likes to point out, a very young language. Because of that, it is much less tempted than a certain French language to preserve needless complications. That being said, Portuguese is one of a kind in a few grammatical aspects. For example it has a future subjunctive, and the infinitive can be declined to add an interesting layer of meaning. Take for example:
Isto é para fazer hoje - this is to be done ...
... similar to that of the United States but the average consumer in Brazil is more price conscientious than that of the average American when it comes to fuel. In my opinion, part of that has to do with having a real choice of what type of fule to put in their automobile or motorcycle. With the abundance of both gasoline and ethanol fueling stations throughout the country Brazilians have the ability to choose ...
... Saturday- February 16
At the hostel we had seen an advertisement for a 4 hour walking tour of Sao Paulo, so after breakfast at the hostel, we headed to Republica Plaza for our tour. Our tour guides name was Ricardo and his English was pretty good. He was also extremely knowledgeable and the type of information he provided was all too reminiscent of the Contiki assignment I just finished. For example, when the buildings were built, damaged, restored, who they were built ...
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