Quality Suites Vila Olimpia
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... the bohemian quarter just outside of the city centre, which had much more of a chilled vibe, not as many high rises and some nice bars and restaurants. It has a New York Greenwich Village feel to the place. The city has a good metro system so it was only a few stops away from the centre.
Again we find ourselves with just two days to explore a city that could keep us entertained for far longer. So to make the most of it we did most of ...
... rock music. Drinks were also really expensive so I was glad to haev pre-drunk. It seems the norm here that rather than charge you at the bar you give a club card and pay on the way out. God forbid you lose it. I cut out about 2 and left the others to it.
Entry title is brought to you by The Damned Things. I was going to say it's taken a long time for me to cram some song lyrics into a blog, but the second one was Whitesnake so I'm probably bang on. ...
... looks like another full day here until our fight tomorrow! Time for a day trip to the lovely beach town of Santos! thankfully the train strike was over so we could get a train from our nearest station Ana Rosa to Jabaquara. their trains are great, similar style to London and Sweden, heaps of standing space with few seats. we headed to the bus terminal at Jabaquara train station and boarded abus heading to Santos-approximately a 1hour ...
... to Elizabeth, Brazilians consider themselves unique. The are the only ones speaking Portuguese. They even believe that God is Brazilian. Brazilians tend to be very creative and thinking out of the box, which is why they are reluctant to standardization, rules and regulations. As a result, travel policy compliance tends to be low compared to other regions.
Even though, Brazil is one of the fast expanding BRIC states, its economy ...
... attracts from wealthy countries like the US and Germany, with the largest concentration of US companies outside of the US and the largest concentration of German companies outside of Germany.
In terms of individual wealth however, Fernando indicated that 90% of the wealth belonged to 9% of the population. There were plenty of opportunities later to see the problems with this. Interestingly, 70% of the population is Roman Catholic but in general, ...