Transamerica Prime Batel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... about the last Socceroos game which is against Spain. Cirsty is also excited however not for the same reasons as Ryan. The pair join the rest of the fanatics and head to the pre match function. Ryan thinks Cirsty must have had a word to the organisers as the group have been told they are heading on a short walk however it turns out to be a couple of kilometres away. Cirsty of course take this opportunity to show her competitive spirit and manoeuvres her ...
... Rapid Transit (BRT)
system. I was pretty cool to know that I was not riding a bus, but a
piece of history! The day was stunning and after I got off the bus I had
to get through the Curitiba botanical garden to get to the LC. I’m not
complaining because the garden is stunning in the morning sun. I had a
... area has over 3.2 million people. The largest city in southern Brazil and it has the highest HDI (Human Development Index, a United Nations measure of well-being in a country) in the country. The sky line is filled with modern high rise buildings.
It is late afternoon when we arrive at Bacacheri Airport. A former military base, it is a massive General Aviation ...
... too, we’ve managed to figure out that ‘frango’ means chicken so we can at least organise for Rebecca to eat pastries. We’ll often get a coffee and a fresh ‘suco’ or juice, or occasionally get the mythical acai; like we did at a little boutique art cafe in old-town Curitiba. Acai is an amazonian berry, marketed by the likes of Oprah for it’s medicinal effects (not scientifically proven). Either way it’s ...
... my nails with glue and dipped them in! I´d never had this before. Strange, but it turns out that they were giving me gel instead of acrylic. No-one else in the whole salon had false nails, it seems it´s not big in Brazil. At the end I got to enjoy a special "Gringo" price for the work which was double the price of home. And for a very shoddy job. Oh well.