Transamerica Classic Opera
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... from Madrid, but I needn't have worried as BA produced a boarding pass for me without a problem. Into the lounge for a glass of wine and a salad and I was somewhat surprised to see a 'hurry up' sign on the departure board 40 minutes before we were due to go. But it was because we were leaving from a C gate so my rush to the transit was a little uneccesary because there was still a 10 minute wait once I reached the gate. The Iberia flight left on time. A big ...
... nights in Sao Paulo we ate there. It was a pizza joint and ate mini pizza's when they were R$4 each (NZ$2), how couldn't you.
We spent the morning hanging round the hostel doing admin while waiting for Liz to arrive, then headed to a nearby park for a wander around.
The next day Liz had sorted a walking tour, we decided to get up early to discover the city, we woke to pouring rain so decided not to rush. With it raining off and ...
... earrings, a necklace, a ring, and 2 hair clips for about 20 pounds! What a bargain! We then headed along the 25 de marco street that has stalls as well as shops. I also bought a despicable me minion phone case, and then some underwear to replace my god awful ones out here and finally we did indeed buy suitcases! Success! Its a crazy place, but so glad we came for all the cheap things we purchased. We then journeyed back to Marcella's on a ridiculously packed ...
§ 6:00AM Breakfast at hotel, Restaurant Amaranto
§ Full day private coach and English speaking guide for business visits within city limits (bottled water provided on coach)
§ 7:00AM Depart Hotel
§ 9:00-11:00AM Embraer
Speaker: Denilson Lobo - Corporate Affairs
Topic: Embraer's Position in the Global Marketplace / Factory Tour
Address: Avenida ...
... about its subject, and the Museo de Futebol was certainly that; although we knew Brazilians loved football, the museum made it clear that they LOVED football, with the stadium described as a cathedral and the players as 'our own angels,' and pundits lovingly reminiscing about their favourite goals of all time, describing them with pinpoint precision often more than 50 years after they'd been scored! We both had a brilliant few hours taking in the quality displays - highly recommended ...