Roochelle Corporate Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
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Сегод 85;я мы совер 96;или перву 02; прогу 83;ку по город 91;, ...
A not too long drive along the coast, pretty uneventful, with a relatively early arrival in town.
We are staying at the Radisson which has a good underground garage.
Paraná is a highly industrialized, wealthy and "civilized" state, where cleanliness, public transport and quality of life match the best anywhere. Curitiba is a pleasant city I visited several times a few years ago when we used to own a plant nearby. ...
... After we finished off a platter of sausage Jose’s dad walked in carrying more t-bone steaks than I think I have ever seen at one time in my life. It is important to note that there were only five of us eating, which is less than are usually around for cookouts back home, but the amount of food was ENORMOUS! Anyways, with all of that food to try and finish we had a long time to sit and talk with Jose and his parents, which was really nice. At this ...
... where we all wished each other a lovely 'illegal immigrant’ night’s sleep as we nodded off in our hammocks. Unfortunately our 5am wakeup call meant we waved goodbye to our cherished farm as we headed back to our worst nightmare...the Bolivian Boarder. We were keen to get to the boarder early to beat the cue. Not so lucky...when we arrived at 8am we were 400th in the cue...it appears people had slept there overnight...grrr. So it was time ...
First night in Sao Paulo: Seven hours of sleep.
Second night in Sao Paulo: Five hours of sleep.
Third night in Sao Paulo: 2.5 hours of sleep.
If this trend were to continue, I don't think I would survive another week here, so it's probably a good thing that I'm moving on today. Not expecting much from Sao Paulo given its reputation, I've loved every minute here - culture, energy, friends ... shake it all up with some ice, ...