Regent Park Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
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... party for us. And, the guy sitting next to us on the plane we are on now offered me and my Mom some of his food. Marco, our host in Salvador, drove us around town to get us wherever we needed.
Things to watch out for in Brazil:
The sun comes up at 5 am and goes down at 5 pm around the winter solstice which is today, June 21st.
When we leave Brazil, I will miss...
Portugese, because I like the language better than Spanish.
... in their favourite activities of sleeping and pooping. I am starting to fear that julian may have narcolepsy. He spends more time with his eyes shut than a yoga instructor on xanax.
One highlight of this promenade in town was the etheral catedral da se. It is sao paulo's biggest cathedral and out the front there are a series of preachers giving animated sermons on some mel gibson ****. I filmed one dude (will add to facebook) who ...
I arrived in São Paulo a day before the England. After getting the São Paulo version of the tube, I arrived at the hostel. I was staying in the Vila Madalena area which was kind of a like a Shoreditch area full of arty hipster types. The area is known for its graffiti over the walls with one of the most famous being Batman alley. I checked that out then went for some food to watch Spain get knocked out of the World Cup. Later on in the Evening I met up with James who I ...
... everyday and Acai ice cream is our new addiction. The Brazilian food is steaks, rice and beans and delicious! Further they offer anything you want in this city famous for nightlife and good food!
Soon it will be carnaval so many preparations going on in the city. We visit the school of samba and got a sneak preview of the real thing, the drums are amazing and they can dance impressively !
After a few days we leave São Paulo to travel south, to Florianopolis and the ...
... presentation we were treated to a tour of the various maintenance departments. We saw seat covers being repaired, planes being painted, windows being polished, tires being replaced, and brakes being checked; everything that goes into getting passengers from point A to point B safely and comfortably. It amounted to an interesting glimpse behind the scenes.
We also met with ALAGEV, the premiere association of corporate travel executives ...