Regent Park Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... of fans all tried to pile into a promotional tent. The rain was heavy but luckily only lasted 5 minutes - still enough to miss a goal though! Later on that night in vila madelena we left a bar we were at to go to get some food and on leaving we ran into a sing off between England and uruguay fans (with the game being the next day) so stuck around for 10 minutes or so then left, got food and had a couple drinks in the other place and came back to the sing off not only ...
... us to the airport. He was very chatty like any other guide. We tipped him and was very happy.
We hopped on the plane just in time.
An Asian passenger sat next to me and I started talking to him. Found out he is a 2nd generation Japanese immigrant. He does not speak Japanese and is married to a Brazilian woman with 2 kids. The kids looked adorable. He is a business man selling building materials. He is taking his family to watch the soccer games in Belo.
... drive to see more of the city, we passed through Villa Madalena with lots of night life and bars and also had the pleasure of going past a few ladies / transsexuals of the night. We ended the night with our last caipirinha in Brazil. While in Brazil we found out that it is free for someone to have a sex change. It is a long process and you have to prove that you 'need' it but it is possible to get it all done for free. The next day, with a pocket full of ...
... areas with futbol fields, swimming pools and BBQ areas, where workers are encouraged to use the area on their off time. They also hold futbol competitions with trophies to the winners.
The facilities at Natura have a high degree of automation for their production operations from mixing product to packaging to distribution. The plant is something I have never seen before, built with expansion in mind thru modular construction, they are already working ...
We didn't actually stay in Sao Paulo, just flew in and caught a bus to Paraty. Flying in was quite amazing though. Endless skyscrapers, as far as the eye can see. It was like flying into Manhattan times a million. The reason we didn't stay in Sao Paulo, according to our tour guide Gabby, was that tourists tend to get robbed with great frequency in ...