Transamerica Executive Faria Lima
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... on but being even more boisterous than before!
The 19th had finally arrived and myself and leon both woke up buzzing for the evening encounter of England vs Uruguay which we had tickets for! Getting ready in the room 3 lions and world in motion were blaring out and we were optimistic after England's good attacking performance (albeit ending in a loss) to Italy. Heading to the stadium we started to realise how badly outnumbered we were by Uruguay fans and ...
We arrived in São Paulo at around 7am and checked into our Ibis Budget hotel, which suited us perfectly. The room was quite small but had a bunk bed over our double bed which we could use for storage, a small TV and importantly was cheap as they only put their prices up the night before and of a game, rather than for the whole World Cup period like other places! Plus the buffet breakfast was only £3 and put to good use! São Paulo with 20 million inhabitants is a ...
São Paulo is so friendly for such a big city! Have enjoyed my tourist adventures here in Sampa, and have even mastered the Metrô & omnibus system by myself (even while having to ask for directions occasionally). Today's my last day in Sao Paulo; I've spent the last 4 days by myself, after being so graciously hosted by André, friend of Maya's. Maya & I had a great time meeting ...
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GOL’s maintenance centre near Confins International Airport, near Belo Horizonte, is the largest in Brazil. Opened in 2006, it currently comprises three hangars, which allow maintaining six Boeing 737 simultaneously (a fourth hangar is already planned), several storage areas, office space and an ...
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