Transamerica Executive 21st Century
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... to the Netherlands first goal was amazing and lifted our spirits. When it was 2-1 Australia, we even thought for a minute we had a chance to draw or even win! In the second half the weather turned. Luckily I had some foresight and got myself an over priced plastic poncho. The others were not so lucky and had within 15 sec were drenched. It worked out for the best because just about all the spectators that were not Australian or Dutch scattered pretty ...
... free apartment with 4 rooms! Noting of course that 1 was a living room/kitchenette, another the bathroom and finally 2 bedrooms. This would not be unusual if I did not know, being in the future and all, that Brazilian hotels from this point on would be 3 single beds shoved into 1 room with an adjoining tiny bathroom, the joys we are yet to experience. Ultimately though the hotel was right on the metro line ...
... your clothes.
The Amsterdam flight was uneventful and Schipol airport was efficient as I have always found it to be in the passed. I boarded the long haul flight and we were off,12 hours of swollen legs,cramped bodies,plastic food,babies screaming and lots of movies with which to while away the time.With awful weather over Sao Paolo we circled for over an hour for it to clear but landed safely at the airport.
... is the #1 Search site in BR and the #1 trraffic site in 32 cities within Brazil The search is the same as YELP and Google Maps is powered by their brand, MapLink, in Brazil. There was some very interesting explanations about how data is collected on every individual and used through cell phones, web data and even car GPS tracking that is mandated in Brazil for insurance.
But, MO also talked about ...
... taxes. Unaware of this penchant for rain, we headed off for the street party only to find it non-existent in the downpour. We headed back to our hostel party and ordered some food and drink there. The food turned out to be a lot slower than the drinks and by the time Amy had finished several of the local cocktails (Caipirinha's - delicious - try them!) and Michael had sampled several beers, it was a good job that we only had to walk up 10 steps to get into our beds.