Travel Inn Moema
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Microwave in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... for lunch in Paulista Avenue area, which is a big shopping and business street not dissimilar from Oxford Street or 5th Avenue.
At about 6 pm we took overnight bus from Sao Paulo to Foz do Iguacu. We left Sao Paulo with mixed feelings. On one hand we saw very nice areas, where clearly well off middle class people stayed and on the other hand the ‘centro’ was very dirty and seemed like a city from another decade. It is hard to make an opinion of ...
... strawberries and read there for a little. My roommate and I go to the bakery every once in a while. Nothing special. But I’m enjoying it. Classes are the same. We’re getting into some stuff that is more complex, but the hours still drag. I’m considering skipping a few days to sight-see. We’ll see.
As far as people and emotions and all that humany-stuff, I’m doing ok. Things are about ...
... parade banners, and photos. We left the museum when it closed and walked in the park for hours. It was very pretty and full of people jogging, biking, roller blading, skateboarding, and walking strollers. A very busy garden that is very accessible. Several lakes are the focal point of the park, with shore birds and swans. We sat on the grass, walked some more, watched a lightning storm creep over the city. As it got dark we went to watch a light and water show. Every night at 8 ...
... 8217;s haven, with fine dining everywhere you look. I had some of the best Italian food I’ve ever had here, followed the next day with an authentic Brazilian meal of insane stews and fish ribs from a monster out of the Amazon River. The largest Japanese population outside of Japan lives in this city, so sushi rocks. One menu featured a Sushi Festival with all-you-can-eat sushi trays dropped off every ...
... both production and demands from within the sector, the industry has sought to create market instruments, such as futures trading, while developing new opportunities for both sugar and ethanol through the removal of protectionist barriers. The industry is also heavily involved in efforts to develop standards for ethanol, as a first step to make it a globally tradeable environmental commodity.
Brazil’s 37-year-old ethanol fuel program is based on the most ...