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... and storehouse. The two-story building became famous for its neo-classical fašade. Over the years, the building has apparently been used as an office, a hotel, a cargo warehouse, and a storage facility. There are 7,000 separate tiles on this fašade giving it its, albeit not very imaginative, nickname ‘the tiled fašade’!!
Across from the ‘tiled fašade’ stands ‘Cats music’. We couldn’t work out if this was ...
... and get ready for the night out. The hostel we stayed in was fully kitted out. It even had a drum kit, electric guitars, Xbox, snooker table.. There was lots to do. After a few drinks over a couple games of pool we got into a cab and went to where we thought the party was going to be. Turns out we went to the complete wrong place and there was absolutely no one around. On huge way here we ...
... to taste his way through the menu. Blood sausage excluded, that was my final choice and it was delicious too. Well sated, we and are about to leave but the Iran v Argentina game is on the big screen in the bar area. It would be unthinkable to miss this game, so we settle down, digest the meal and watch Ramin cheer his team on and writhe in agony in turns depending on how Iran was doing. After returning to Farokh and Kamran's place ...
... its production process, and it was simply amazing. The facilities were simply beautiful, clean, well organized, and leveraged the surrounding landscape: which was equally beautiful. Everyone we met along our tour was extremely cordial and accommodating. This visit was timely for me, as I had done a presentation on Avon that has the same business model, so it was cool to compare the Brazilian version of the model. I have to admit, Natura has the ...
... on the left.
- there is a full alley of yogurts (which to me is quite natural... as a Frenchie !). The only problem is... there are about 4 kinds of yogurts there :) And of course, there's Danone, NestlÚ and a local brand.
- the onion booth is HUGE. And the best part is : the garlic booth is the same size. There's about three times the amount of onions and garlic as there is for tomatoes, salad, and other veggies :)
Paulo told me later that these two ingredients are ...