Transamerica Classic Opera
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- Continental Breakfast
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... government deals with social needs. People were furious about this Cup! They hated that the government is spending (and pocketing) so much money! But if we’d won, it would have been all alright. Everyone would have been ok with life because soccer trumps everything down here. The media has adopted the phrase "Panem et Futebol". The Caesars in ancient Rome used the philosophy “Panem et Circensus” (Bread and circuses) to keep the people happy. Give ...
... had been told that 4 days would be enough and that we should also visit a place called Paraty famous for its beautiful architecture.
After a great boat ride back to mainland, we took another coach and arrived in Paraty for our 3 day stay.
True to its word it was a stunning little town, it was an old colonial town left in all its original beauty. The old mansions, houses and stables were now converted to shops and restaurants, with colourful ...
... of the factories, one being lipstick production, one being fragrances, and the other being creams. We also get got a high-up view of the packing production floor, as well as some of the automated filling and robotic packing lines. The most impressive thing I saw at the factory was their fully automated raw material storage tower. It was about as long as a football field, and had four robots that manned it in complete darkness. It had the capability of storing 52,000 pallets, ...
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... touristy as Rio but we had a nice time.
Determined not to repeat the Ilha Grande debacle we got to the Sao Paulo bus station about an hour and a half early, got some food and found platform 28 in plenty of time. We were there but the bus wasn´t. We started to get worried when a completely different bus pulled in. We waved our tickets at the friendly staff whose English was approximately as good as our Portuguese (terrible), ...