NEWCiti Sao Paulo - InterCity
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... change though. Dinner was just a couple of Nutella sandwiches. I sat around for a while and then went to bed.
Sat 9/8 I got up and had breakfast. It was the best I have had so far. Fresh fuit salad, juice, rice poridge, a kind of savory cake, good coffee as well. Afterwards I took the metro to the start of my walking tour in the city centre. The tour was ok but it turns out there is not a lot to see in Sao Paulo. Just a bunch of buildings. I did get ...
... would have been in their position. Here’s what hurt me. The national pride was just bad. Almost a solid month of flags and face paint and singing the national anthem, and it all disappears as soon as things go sour. Dang. At half time, many of the Brazilian fans left. During the second half, people were setting off fireworks when Germany scored. As the game lingered, people started cheering for Germany. If you couldn’t hear from your TVs, the ...
... typically “us” this was but also how beautiful it also was: by now the full moon was out and it was illuminating all the little islands around us and at least we could see when waves were coming rather than sitting in the dark fearing my next jump from my seat!
The next 4 days were spent in paradise, people had not lied when they recommended this place to us! It was so small and quaint and entirely pedestrianised, all the “pousadas” ...
Isto é para fazerem hoje - this is to be done by you guys today
Wrapping your head around these sorts of grammatical nuances to some might
The vocabulary is so curious. Like all of the romance languages, most of the time it is very easy, but when there's no easy cognate, you're out in the dark. Take for example the words for silverware. Colher (which contains the diabolical "lh" sound) means spoon, and for some reason ...
... pure gasoline, a combination of gasoline and ethanol, or on ethanol alone. All gas stations in Brazil sell gasoline and ethanol, and it is up to the consumer to decide which they would prefer to pump. As ethanol is only about 70% as efficient as gasoline, the decision is made on price, and there are even mobile apps for phones that help consumers decide what the best deal is. The other thing I noticed was the amount of security gates, barbwire fences, electrified fences, ...