Comfort Hotel Downtown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... that he turned up to drive me the rest if the way to the station. He even waited on the platform for the train to come. So sweet, he has never done that before.
The train into London was unexceptional, but a few minutes late so there was no need to race to Paddington. Instead I made a fairly leisurely way to the Heathrow Express and arrived at Heathrow nicely at 6.45.
I was a little anxious because I had been unable to check-in on-line for the flight ...
... 8211; suffice to say that I do not remember what time I got back to the hotel.
Day 7 – São Paulo: 20th June, 2014
After the previous night’s drinking session, I woke up feeling a little bit tender. I just went for breakfast but did not have my usual appetite. I went back straight to bed after breakfast. I woke up around 16H00 and forced myself to go to the gym, just to ...
Even São Paulo has the world's worst traffic jams, according to Time magazine, we arrived early to the first meeting where we met Mr. Walter Teixeira, President of TX Group. His company provides data solutions and documentation to corporate travel clients. Since so many companies are still using an invoicing system, and because Brazilian law requires a record of documentation for corporate travel expenses, companies work ...
... bit of Sao Paulo.
Main things from Paraty the second time around were: we met a sketchy guy from Colombia called "John Lennon" who was selling jewellery to pay his way around the continent, an irritating English girl who thought she would have to fly home after having drunk a can of Guarana energy drink (what a piker!), and a very lovely Argentinian girl called Veronica who gave us some recommendations for ...
... few who ventured out in search of new lands to explore. One of their objectives was to plant sugarcane in newly discovered areas in order to produce sugar. Examples of this include sugarcane plantations in Cape Verde, the Azores and Madeira islands, all of which were settled by the Portuguese. In Brazil, cultivation began in 1532 after the first expedition by famed navigator and explorer Martim Afonso de Souza. At the outset, sugarcane was planted in regions rich in ...