Transamerica Prime Paradise Garden
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... go away. Everyone was lovely and so welcoming to us foreigners. We enjoyed an amazing Churrasco (BBQ) with a big slab of beef cooked the Brazilian way with lots of salt and chicken wings. We enjoyed lots of salads and my favourite, Halloumi :-). As well as Thais's amazing homemade garlic bread. We even enjoyed Pimms (you cant keep the English away from Paul!) and Sangria :-) Shaun also surprised me with a massive black forest gateaux cake with sparklers :-) We drank until the ...
... helicopters, skating and comparing the paint jobs on their Golf GTI's. So, much like a provincial out-of-town shopping centre car park in the UK then. I think I even saw some goths sitting on a wall.
Time for our first Brazilian clubbing experience. I have to say I'm not particularly fussed about clubs in Latin America as I know I can get my fill in London and it seems unlikely to be 'budget friendly'. As Brisa invited us however, I'm willing to make an exception. ...
... through the steep hills was really hot, we were back to mega heat temperatures, but the sight from above had been worth it! We had sensational views onto the cramped favela and Rio with its beautiful beaches and the lagoon. The return downhill (without a bike thank god) was just as interesting (but still quite scary), seeing how everyone lives with so little in the favela but still seems to have all they need to be happy, it was very humbling. Now I could also ...
... to use for their jets, and Embraer purchased the rights for it after McDonald Douglas went out of business.
Once all the pieces of the shell have been assembled to the desired size, the plane moves to the next station where the windows and doors are taped up with plastic, and a pressure sealant is applied to the shell on the inside. Every inch of the shell is sealed with multiple coats of this sealant as this is what allows for cabin pressurization. The fuselage is ...
... like and visit the Arts Museum (and it was free that day) but when we got there people were queuing out the door and around the building so it quickly lost it's appeal.
We've got to say though that Sao Paulo had some great buildings from an architectural perspective and some of the graffiti ( which was everywhere) was pretty amazing. This is going to sound really strange, but one of the most incredible sites we saw in Sao Paulo was a cemetery. Now ...