Pullman SP International Airport
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- Swimming pool
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... I much prefer his etchings and lithographs in the basement, particularly the ones of plump female women on bicycles. I like humour in art. http://culturabancodobrasil.com.br/port al/categoria/eventos/artes-visuais/?ccb b=SP Coffee refreshes us for the walk back to the car and 'surprise' that Ramin has in store for us. We cross town and arrive at an astounding Brazilian churrascaria, or barbecue restaurant. The uniform is ...
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... a bank, taken into McDonalds (Brazilians love McDonalds there is one on every street corner, and they have just the ice-cream stores everywhere, one mall had a McDonalds ice-cream booth on every level!). They seemed a little concerned that Alex wasn’t taking enough photos, so reassured her it was safe. Suffice to say Liz has a total of 7 photos from Sao Paulo. The following day we went back for more (purely because we had nothing else to do). This time unfortunately they ...
... go into the Cathedral and an art gallery. We then looked around a market before meeting Marina & Richard for lunch. When I say lunch, I mean breakfast, lunch and dinner because we ate enough for all three meals and we didn’t eat again! We had Feshuada, Brazil’s national dish, pork and beans in a sauce with rice. It was delicious! After we had eaten, Renato headed home while Jacqui and I went to Marina & Richard’s flat where they helped us book ...