Mercure Apartments Jundiai
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... racecar driver. If you don't know him, you should. Watch the documentary.) I've heard it said that Senna was someone Brazilians were proud of in a time when they didn't have anything else to be proud about.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_gcP3oI vtbI&feature=player_detailpage& list=PLAV7IYwnOhOX9CQGz6FQAXg-cD3NdTu7X
Translation: "To all of you who are listening right now, I say that, whoever you are, whatever position you have in ...
... s personal space. still not sure if he recognized us. today we decided to go shopping, first to the markets then the shopping centre. the markets were filled with heaps of artwork along with crystal everything: necklaces, windchimes, ornaments, ashtrays you name it. sadly kate couldnt find a charm to add to her charm necklace. not a very successful market day. the shops weren't much better-majority of them ...
... center. The entire plant is architecturally stunning and built of concrete and glass, and utilizes natural light and cooling as much as possible to reduce their energy consumption. One of the walls of the training center has been dedicated to what they called their "Wall of Fame", and any consultant who has sold their cosmetics for more than 15 years gets the opportunity to place their name on a disk on the wall of fame.
From there, Henrique took us on a tour ...
... and metro back home led us through what probably used to be the old Sao Paulo : very cute little houses with gardens. When I told Paulo I could easily live here (for once, no skyscrapers !), he replied the area wasn't safe at all and that I would live in constant fear of being bur glared or assaulted right in my home. Sigh.
This is why Brazilians in Sao Paulo mostly live in those "Condominio" providing first 24h security and closed gates but also ...
... will recall that we watched the sunset on the river that edges 3 countries, Argentina, brazil and Paraguay), without declaring it at Brazilian customs, and paying the appropriate taxes. Paraguay it seems has basically no real government/police/authorities to enforce control over what comes in and out of the country. So goods are flown from China into Paraguay and then into Brazil via these bus mules. What we assumed to be drug smuggling at this stage ended up ...