Transamerica Executive The Special
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... by Oscar Niemeyer. We took the metro to Paraiso (Paradise!) and then walked to the park. Breakfast had been disappointing, due to getting up late and a failure by the hotel to replenish supplies, so we stopped for a coffee and cheese bread on the way. A couple of old Brazilian men on the next table asked where we were from and then told us a joke about going into a bar in New York and ordering a beer and being served a bear.
The museum had ...
... with a little English you find that hand movements and pointing takes over- everyone was very friendly and I got there without any trouble.
The zoo is your typical zoo with maybe more monkeys, snakes and spiders but all good- it must have been the school excursion day because the place was swamped with school children.
The Botanical gardens was first established in 1928 and was interesting - it has a very good rain forest board walk which was ...
... br> Visa: Free
Meals: $8 - $15
Water: $3 per litre
Alcohol: $4 for a long neck
Transport: Subway single $1.50
Average Daily Spend per person: $54
Transport there for both of us: $160 – 18 hour Overnight bus across the border
Total Spend for both of us inc. Transport: $375
... areas with futbol fields, swimming pools and BBQ areas, where workers are encouraged to use the area on their off time. They also hold futbol competitions with trophies to the winners.
The facilities at Natura have a high degree of automation for their production operations from mixing product to packaging to distribution. The plant is something I have never seen before, built with expansion in mind thru modular construction, they are already working ...
... and Argentine sides of the falls. We also went white water rafting down the Iguazu river which was great fun. Spending an hour afterwards on the back of a broken down jeep in the middle of the forest whilst soaking wet and freezing cold wasn't quite as enjoyable.
Next its onto the Argentine capital Buenos Aires, one of South America' s biggest traveller hotspots. I'm excited to be heading to a Spanish speaking country more than anything else!
Until next time,