Mercure Sao Paulo Pamplona
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... party for us. And, the guy sitting next to us on the plane we are on now offered me and my Mom some of his food. Marco, our host in Salvador, drove us around town to get us wherever we needed.
Things to watch out for in Brazil:
The sun comes up at 5 am and goes down at 5 pm around the winter solstice which is today, June 21st.
When we leave Brazil, I will miss...
Portugese, because I like the language better than Spanish.
... a favela off my list :)
After Rio the plan was to end the travels on a high by staying in Ilha Grande, a little paradise Island 4 hours away. First we needed to take a coach and then a boat, but as it was Sunday the boat service was reduced, still we would be fine as we took an early enough bus… but nothing is early enough for us, even when we are on time we still end up needing to rush! This time it was because Pip fell asleep on the bus and I had ...
... pure gasoline, a combination of gasoline and ethanol, or on ethanol alone. All gas stations in Brazil sell gasoline and ethanol, and it is up to the consumer to decide which they would prefer to pump. As ethanol is only about 70% as efficient as gasoline, the decision is made on price, and there are even mobile apps for phones that help consumers decide what the best deal is. The other thing I noticed was the amount of security gates, barbwire fences, electrified fences, ...
... told was 'where the Brazilians go to celebrate carnival- a less commercial local celebration!
... put in the bus station and not take a walk around the City as it can be quite a scary place so instead we ate, used the internet, browsed, ate some more, read our Portuguese phrasebook, played cards, tried but failed to use the pay phones, ate some more and continued this on a loop!
6pm and it was goodbye Sao Paulo bus station, thanks for having ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility