Transamerica Classic Opera
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... drinks there
Cheering with all different nationalities of fans from day to day (Chile and U.S.A being my favourites - until the dreaded U.S.A chant)
Street parties after brazil games- When we arrived at the party after the chile game you could not actually see the end of the people if you looked down the road.
Playing football in the street, in parks and in a 5a side game with the brother of a girl sat next to us in the stadium who went ...
... there!), and after the game we had some drinks with a guy we'd met in the boat to Manaus and a couple of other English guys - we ended up in Bar do China, which had no Chinese food and just had cheap beer and a crazy guy who was very passionate about his karaoke, so I don't think he was pleased when the northern boys took over the mic with their rendition of Wonderwall...needless to say, the Brazilian girls were loving it. We decided to treat ourselves to dinner at ...
... is famous for (and we had had in Rio) so we went to one that was highlighted in the lonely planet-it's the oldest pizzeria in São Paulo and housed in a former brothel!! It was Iovely pizza, we walked home in the ******* rain! Wasn't prepared for the cold there after Paraty!
This morning after breakfast we packed and checked out and went up to Starbucks to use the free wifi as the hostels wifi ...
Over the last few days we have met with a wide variety of experts on the corporate travel industry within Brazil.
One of these meetings was with Fernando Marcomini, Director of Sales at Radius Global Travel, who provided us with a market update of TMCs in Brazil. Similarly to the other countries we have visited, Brazilians place a strong importance on face-to-face communication. Fernando recommends that corporations have a travel manager on ...
... more specifically mobile landscape of the country of Brazil. He started the presentation with discussing the fact that Maplink is the local leader in Brazil and #1 in traffic information, which is extremely important because a simple 15 minute commute in Sao Paolo can turn into a 2 hour ride due to an unforseen accident or because of overall congestion. Maplink has over 930,000 kilometers of roads mapped all complete with ...