San Michel Hotel
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... inconvenience rather than any real issue. Ed, Sam & I jumped onto the metro and headed to our hostel. Sam's current plan is to stay just one night and catch the sleep bus to Floranopolis a day earlier than Ed and I. Can't say I can see the point in this. What are you going to see in a day, and how much difference is an extra day going to make? But he says his plans are undecided and still flexible. Similarly whilst Rach and Viviane are heading in ...
... 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.
... fun and energetic and the dancing was honestly something else. It was so exciting to see all of these people (not professional dancers - at least I think!) dancing with eachother like professionals. The way two strangers will dance a completely unrehearsed, very fast routine together, without hitting any of the other dancers or getting their feet in knots was remarkable. It was so impressive to watch that on occasions, when I was dancing on my own or ...
6:00AM Breakfast at hotel, Restaurant Amaranto
§ Full day private coach and English speaking guide for business visits within city limits (bottled water provided on coach)
§ 9:00AM Depart Hotel
§ 10:00A-11:30A: UNICA - Brazilian Sugarcane Industry Association
Speaker: Luana Maia - Institutional Relations Coordinator
Topic: Overview of Ethanol ...
... care for it.
Prices - Prices are really high. I went to the Pao de Acucar grocery store for food and still spent a lot. Shopping here is a sure fire way to drain your account. Shopping is also a very poor use of a potential cultural experience. It's like anywhere, really.
Food - Lots of good options. You have the typical Brazilian fare, things like feijoada (a type of beans), rice, meat, etc. Pao de queijo is ...