Transamerica Executive Perdizes
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... that plan I think.
Gabriela dropped my off at my apartment, that I will share with two french guys, but when I arrived, Loes, a dutch girl from Delft who was doing an exchange at USP last semester, showed me my room and the apartment. When I saw my room, the first thing I wanted to do is get some sleep, so I wasn't that sociable yesterdayevening.
But tomorrow I was alive and kicking at 5 AM ...
... 4 weeks into living and breathing the world cup football doesn't just seem like a game. You can feel how much it means to people and if I'm honest how much it means to me. Its only after being here and doing it that you really understand how much of a life changing event this is, my first and hopefully not last world cup...what a blast!
One more game...excited doesn't even come close.
... her car and went by subway to the commercial center. It was a rather busy area that reminded me of SF's china town, with bustling shops and booths full of people hawking clothing, accessories, and needless toys. We slowly browsed our way through this muddle of humanity and emerged at the Mercado Municipal. It's a beautiful big food market with high ceilings and stained glass windows. Vendors basically forced us over and over again, to taste their delicious fruits and cheeses ...
Glorious Sampa Sunset Takeoff... almost home! The 19th most busy airport in the world is going to be great soon... new terminal, metro connection... woo hoo!
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... became main suppliers for Southern Brazil, bringing about a decline for the sector in the Northeast. To get around the crisis caused by the growing number of sugar production and refining facilities, the Sugar and Alcohol Institute, known as the IAA, was created in 1933 by the federal government. Its main objective was to control production and keep prices steady, which meant that each mill could only produce within a pre-established quota. As sugar production began to ...