Transamerica Classic Opera
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... The museum contained a lot of paintings by some really famous artists (Monet, Manet, Renoir, Picasso…), but a lot of them were portraits, and they just weren’t very interesting to me.
We hung around at the museum for a couple of hours and then split up. They were going to check out a trendy neighborhood in town but I was ready to get started with the Super Bowl coverage! I came back to the hotel and watched all the build ...
I can't believe I’ve already been here for a month...! I love this country though, I feel at home here already, even if the weather is giving me whiplash. It can’t seem to decide what it’s doing – one day it’s raining, windy and so cold that I have to wear, socks, leggings and a hoody in bed (and I’m still FREEZING) and the next day I’m too hot and getting sunburnt in a pair of shorts and ...
... o Paulo, makes the learning process much valuable. Moreover, I became more aware of the role that culture and traditions play in the industry and how big events like a FIFA World Cup or the Olympics can be a challenge and at the same time a source of revenue. Big THANKS to Maria for this incredible week together and for sharing with us her experience in this industry, funny moments and unforgettable meetings. Brazil: check! Atlanta: ...
... a heavy homeless presence... Thankfully our hotel wasn't too far from the metro and we checked in hassle free, albeit with two passed out people on the opposite side of the street and several 'street girls' eyeing Adam up. Now I've lived in South Africa, Manchester and London, so I'm not naive that there are homeless people out there. Hell I have even volunteered at a homeless shelter and had midnight conversations on the pavement in ...
... into their manufacturing line as we observed people sometimes not very active for long periods of time on the factory floor and/or doing jobs that could be done by machines (such as packing boxes or sealing and moving those boxes). This was the first time that I had ever seen an actual manufacturing plant but being in an emerging market country, I was impressed by how well the employees were treated. It could be argued that at this company at least, ...