Transamerica Classic Opera
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... drive me through to my new home. I always thought taxi and busdrivers are dangerous drivers in , but here they really go crazy. I have a lot of respect for her drivingskills.
When we drove through my living neighborhood, there were a lot of very steep hills. I think I have to cross that neighborhoud to reach my university and first I thought of going there by bike, after seeing those hills, I have ...
... and translation of the chants into English proved these guys weren't just here for fun. However, in the end the Argies played a better game and the Dutch went home yet again. Robben and other star Dutch players are getting on a bit and this most likely marked their last world cup, you could feel how much it meant to such quality athletes to be sent home when victory seemed so close.
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... my ipad without getting motion sick. I nearly popped out of my chair a few times and definitely got a few bruises. Don't they pave the highways? It felt like (and okay, a couple times it actually was) cobblestones with speed bumps. But on the highways? Come on now Brazil. My friend Paula (who goes by Pam) met me at the humongous Tiete bus terminal near her home in the north of the city. We hung out for a week in Buenos Aires. After changing clothes in the bathroom, we stashed my ...
Only here for 1 night for a connection onto Iguazu falls This is Brazil's largest city. We had a morning stroll to Ibirapuera park which is in the city centre and watched a bit of the marathon that was taking place. We have loved Brazil and now very excited to see Argentina! Next stop ...
... soil, under hot and humid tropical conditions, with slave laborers brought from Africa. Thus began Brazil’s first Economic Cycle, known as the "Sugarcane Cycle".
By the 1800s, Brazil, once the world’s biggest sugar producer, fell to fifth spot with only 8% of world production. With the end of the "Coffee Cycle" in the 20th Century, there was a resumption of sugarcane cultivation to produce sugar for the internal market. The states of São Paulo and Rio ...