Quality Suites Alphaville
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... not want to commit to too much. I am hoping for a decent hotel on night 1, but will not book it in advance.
I of course watched the TV show over Christmas about 3 old men driving around the area I will visit. I do not want to comment publicly on it, but am not exactly proud to see Brits acting like that. I do not expect it to cause me any trouble.
I have been asked quite a lot why I am doing all of this. It is no more complicated than that I ...
... someone nearby that at it was a player called Paulinho. He had played for the Corinthians and the Brazil National Team and now plays for Tottenham Hotspurs in the English Premier League. We had seats relatively close to half way and about halfway back from the field. In your right behind the goal was the home team supporters area. This section was going absolutely crazy! The fans were more crazy and passionate than ...
A day of leisure to share, Graham has a day off between games- well live ones at least, so we head off to see the sights of São Paulo. I have my eye on going to the Pinocoteca gallery.
We do have a most stunning breakfast to set us up- the papaya in this country are second to none- sweet and red fleshed, and bursting with flavor.
We bid farewell to Kamron and Ramin who are off to the factory- today o the final day for getting ...
... the protests will continue, but shouldn't affect travel as they are rarely violent and only want to improve the country. She also said that we can expect Brazil to shift from a manufacturing and resourceful country to a service country, which will increase travel, but may not be helpful for the economy. The meeting was very helpful and gave me a great overview of Brazil. It has been an amazing trip full of culture and learning. Tomorrow I fly back to the USA. Until ...
... of his piano skills and I showed a few of mine and we stuck around to watch some other people playing. After a while we met some cool paulistas, one of whom is a music student. She played a little for us. She was pretty good. It was a fun new experience playing the piano at the station and watching other strangers playing too. I hope to see more things like that in public places. Things that put us out of our daily routine ...