Travel Inn Montecattini
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... at the hotel ended at the top with a great view of the city. We finished at the Renaissance Hotel a bit before scheduled and went back to our hotel and as said in the beginning it was our first time to arrive at the hotel in day light. We spend our night relaxing in the hotel with a local beer (Skol) and a pizza. What a great way to end the day! Today we are so ready and excited to have our first encounter with a BCD Travel ...
... told me that I should come back to the line at 9:10 because my plane doesn't leave until 12:10, and they are going to check in people with earlier flights sooner. Which makes sense to me. So now I just found a seat and I'm chilling. The airport is just like most other airports really. Except everything is in Portuguese (obviously) I'm pretty good at reading Portuguese, but people talk too quickly for me to pick up more than a word or two. ...
... me that night which I left on the kitchen table but when I woke the next day (semi final day!) to my surprise they were nowhere to be found. My mind ran through different possibilities of the reason for this but i couldn't think of any good ones and whatever the reason it didn't change the fact which was that I was locked inside the apartment with a ticket to the World Cup semi final. I tried to stay calm and basically chilled out until midday when I started getting a ...
... garlic and vinegar. Many people started to arrive and most of them were women: Junior’s 4 friends, 2 sisters, 3 cousins and some with a +1. Everybody sat in a circle behind the Churrasgeiro (braaier) and drank beer. I didn’t understand much but was generally able to breakdown what they were saying and responded in part Spanish and what I thought was Portuguese. They loved it when I would ask them to add a new word to my vocabulary book. My little red book ...
Isto é para fazerem hoje - this is to be done by you guys today
Wrapping your head around these sorts of grammatical nuances to some might
The vocabulary is so curious. Like all of the romance languages, most of the time it is very easy, but when there's no easy cognate, you're out in the dark. Take for example the words for silverware. Colher (which contains the diabolical "lh" sound) means spoon, and for some reason ...