Transamerica Classic La Residence
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... flying, i saw the first impression of the city of Sao Paulo from the airplane: I was stunned by the endless amount of officebuildings and skyscrapers. This city is massive indeed!!
After I landed, I got picked up by Gabriela, I really nice girl from my host university USP. The travel from the airport to my apartment amazed me even more: The traffic in Sao Paulo is crazy and I was really glad she could ...
... in 12 minutes and the game finished 7-1 to Germany. Devastation was plain on the faces of every Brazilian however much to everyone's surprise the World Cup continued, no harm no foul the Brazilians were now supporting the Germans! Football, crazy!
We were watching Argentina vs. Netherlands and to say the Argentinians are a rowdy bunch would be putting it lightly.The Brazilian Argentinian rivalry ...
... ones in Argentina, and I didn't sleep well.The bus ride from Florianopolis to Sao Paolo was more like a Bolivian bus than Argentinian. I booked with Catarinense a top-floor executivo seat in the front row in an uncrowded bus with leito/camas on the ground floor, so it should have been dandy. But between the sawhorse-puller one row back and the hourly stops to pick up people all night long, I could barely sleep. On top of it all, the road was so bumpy I couldn't read or watch a ...
... in the hall was there to be used! The man on reception made one and it was delicious! Off to bed for a quick nap before grandfinal! Alarm went at 1:30 but given the time change for South America, we were exhausted! I tried to stay awake but sadly mostly napped while Pete, such a trooper because he's got a horrible snotty cold and is feeling horrible, stayed awake, and gave me updates whenever I rewoke. Did not get close to the footy snacks! Footy finished at 4.30am! Go ...
... few who ventured out in search of new lands to explore. One of their objectives was to plant sugarcane in newly discovered areas in order to produce sugar. Examples of this include sugarcane plantations in Cape Verde, the Azores and Madeira islands, all of which were settled by the Portuguese. In Brazil, cultivation began in 1532 after the first expedition by famed navigator and explorer Martim Afonso de Souza. At the outset, sugarcane was planted in regions rich in ...