Slaviero Executive Batel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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... is brand new and was unfortunately the site of many construction workers deaths. The stadium was only officially completed last week and it was clear from the mish-mash of white, grey and dark grey seats that it was a last minute job. Nonetheless, the stadium design is spectacular and the seating angle very steep so we had a fantastic view of all the action. As for the game, Spain were simply a class above our young cubs and without ...
... of Brasilia so it was interesting to see a bit of history of him and his work before we go there in a few weeks. Today was much nicer, cold still, but milder and dry so we could get around a lot more. We wandered around old town, heavily influenced by German and Portuguese architecture. So that made a change. Lovely arches and statues and gorgeous mansions all painted different colours. And they have a gorgeous basilica, so we spent some time in there. Beautiful stained glass ...
After some delay I finally took a photo with Camila so I can share it
on here. I moved on to a different host today but I would like to thank
Camila and her sister Adrianna who has been great for the past few
days. Really appreciated the accommodation.
... time our tour guide had told us to attempt to bribe...DO NOT TRY THIS AT HOME FRIENDS...as **** got real! The Immigration man picked up the money Lauren had slid over the table and pushed us over to the Police who were then showing us the handcuff sign..AND we were surrounded...shiiiiit! Somehow we managed to talk ourselves (or charades) ourselves out of jail...and were kicked out the back door...our tour guide was fuming and thought we had ruined it for ...
... help their communities. VERY interesting!! They were kind enough to give me a volleyball team shirt (one of the teams they sponsor) and a VERY nice pen.
From there we went to the Tribunal Regional Eleitoral do Prana where were walked through their entire voting process, how they cast votes, etc. It was VERY interesting and we learned A LOT!!! It is AGAINST the law in Brazil if you don't vote when you are 18 ...