Transamerica Executive Perdizes
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... section - 9 rows - but less than half full. That will help getting off quickly. Iberia's business class is much of a muchness with BA. The meal was a bit better - nice tasting fillet steak and a good salad The service was slow, though, with the first drinks arriving only after about 40 minutes. The flight was rough, though, because of a lot of turbulence, particularly coming in to Madrid. We arrived about 10 minutes early and those people in transit we're put on ...
... day we found shelter at a market where we tried copious amounts of different fruit. Before we finished with one lot we had another one shoved in our face. We were happy to try them all but couldn't remember half if what we tried to be able to buy them. We bought a few for dessert that night.before continuing on our tour and heading home.
As it happened while we were there the tube staff were on strike, lucky for us we weren't affected by ...
... our bloody suitcases! It was very sweaty. After a chill at Marcella's eating Brigadeiro, Georgie made a quick return to the bikini shop to exchange her bikini as the bottoms were too small. Then we hung around until Marcella's sister came back as we couldn't leave her 5 year old daughter alone! She finally came back around 10pm so we went out to dinner. It was a short drive away to a very pretty square with an abundance of restaurants. The one which ...
... Lima, 2170, jardim da Granja São José dos Campos, 12227-000, Brazil
The following is NOT permitted
- people wearing shorts, mini skirts, sleeveless shirts and sandals;
- people under 18 years old;
- any equipment that can retrieve data or images of our installations (CD´s, memory
sticks, notebooks, Ipads, camcorders, pendrives, cameras, etc).
§ 11:45AM-12:30PM Lunch at ...
... re in Sao Paulo, even if you don't like football that much, purely for some insight into the Brazilians' love for the game. Sticking around to watch a game in the stadium was, however, pushing Amy's love of football a little bit too far - and we'd definitely made the right decision as it lashed it down with rain again about 20 minutes after we'd left the ground, then on and off for the rest of the afternoon. We sheltered under some shop fronts for a while, then had an amazing ...