Travel Inn Moema
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Outdoor pool
- Multilingual staff
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... earns me a personal call from our guide. The tour starts November 3rd in Rio and is a great mix of things both urbane and natural from Rio to Salvador to Manaus, the Amazon and the Patanal. Other than Rio, I have never enjoyed any of these places before! I do highly recommend Overseas Adventure Travel for the more exotic trips as they are cultural "day in the life" experiences, an incredible way to truly experience the world! I prefer, myself, to do my own ...
... muffin sandwich. And more assorted cheese and biscuits. Also Nutella! But there wasn't really anything the Nutella went with, I had no problem eating it with the mini spoon provided! Then I watched a documentary on Neymar and we landed. Customs in Brasil was really simple. The man only said hi and bye to me. He just made sure my Visa, passport, and ticket all matched and then let me go. I found my luggage really easily, and we were ...
... Ualdo for samba, Mauricio & Adriana's for impromptu jamming, Dudu & Gustavo for dancing & hearing samba at O Borogodó. Then I went to hear Bruno Roberti at Ao Vivo on my own, and he was fantastic!! Thanks to craigslist, I found a private Portuguese teacher who met with me yesterday for an intro class and today we will meet again for a 2-hour class. (Yay Mariana!)
... centre. On average the maintenance centre handles up to 120 aircrafts a year. They are currently busy to get a certification by the Federal Aviation Administration, the agency responsible for civil aviation regulation in the US, which enables them to serve international airlines, which will generate significant additional revenue for GOL. It was extremely interesting looking behind the scenes! We learned about the maintenance of the ...
... as large as the market is for ethanol in the US, only 7% accounts for ethanol exports. The biggest problem in Brazil with widespread ethanol production and exportation of this wonderful product is a very restraining physical infrastructure. Brazil lacks the physical roads, updated ports, and decent large scale working freight rail lines needed to efficiently, and cost effectively refine the product and move the crop to where ...