Transamerica Classic Opera
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... to mind wearing the tiniest knickers. And let me say, our bikini bottoms aren't exactly big, they're just typical British style, however, unfortunately we stood out for miles and everybody definitely had a whisper or two as we headed into the sea.
After two nights of a definitely more successful couchsurfing (than Buenos hairy... I mean Aires) we left São Vicente to continue up the coast to our next beah destination - Paraty.
... Toussaint) who I’d never heard of before, but I think are quite famous... were very entertaining (as was the dancing!).
On Sunday, I met up with Leticia and met some more of her friends who were all very friendly! We went to see a Jazz Orchestra, at the same park, which had African influences! We were going to see an exhibition afterwards about the Mayans but the queue was MASSIVE so we decided to go another ...
... in these unique destinations. I love experiencing the differences in culture and food and learning about the similarities and variations in business. My highlights of the week were learning about my department and the dinner with BCD Travel, the meeting with Argo It, and the day in the park. I am very excited to continue to learn about the rest of the world over the next couple of months. ...
... something! Your city cannot smell like pee when the Olympics come.... To get out of the city we went to Villa Magdalena, which had been recommended to us by the Chill Inn owner. This area was far more what we are use to and does stress the fact that what you see in the city isn't always what the actual people live in. This beautiful tree leafed suburb had streets filled with alfresco dining with amazing decor. It was a gastronomic delight if we ...
... we SHOULD feel safe. It was a funny moment when we asked for directions and we got directions back just a block or so near the Japanese restauraunt. It turns out the person was sending us to the "spa", not SPOT. Oops!
We finally found SPOT around 7:45 PM and it was CLOSED! Not out of business, it just wasn't dinner time yet in Sao Paulo. I was surprised to see a restauraunt so late that wasn't open but apparently they don't eat as early as we ...