Travel Inn Saint Charles
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- Continental Breakfast
- Outdoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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... my bike in pretty places. There is certainly nothing negative pushing me to go. I have never enjoyed life more at home; I have an amazing wife, lovely home and a great job. Nor is this any sort of challenge or attempt to find myself. I do enjoy a bit of a challenge and riding alone certainly will give me a chance to think. But I just love riding my bike and seeing pretty places.
I will get off now. I will try not to prattle on if I have nothing to say.
... I also know zero Spanish or grammar. So for the culture part I get pretty bored, and for the grammar part I might have to really pay attention to keep up (So far so good). Either way, they’re looooonnnng class periods. Four hours is just too long for my attention span. Thank goodness for our half hour break, during which I usually get coffee and sit awkwardly in a corner hoping my apartment mate or someone I know initiates social ...
A few days have passed since we left the Amazon but we were out of internet communication for that time and things have been too fast and furious since to take time out for blogs.
Anyway.....Amazon was mainly a great experience in terms of the enormity of the river itself and it's wildlife, but something of a disappointment with the standard of our river cruiser. Company ...
... the pages of their sites to achieve the top searched site when you google something in Brazil. He has a very calm demeanor and he really just wants to make everyone connectable. When other sites troll his site for data he confronts them and just wants to form partnerships. He understands that by working together, the potential is much higher than working alone.
The evenings adventure was to the sky bar located at hotel unique about a 20 real cab ride ...
... just leaving. Anyway it was loud and bright and got rather annoying.
There is not much to say about Sao Paulo, except that it is the third largest city in the world and everyone gets lost often. It really is just a big city, nothing pretty. We did two free walking tours. The first one was okay, a little strange and the tour guides English was hard to interpret at times. We were shown into museums, strange art galleries and pointed out random things such as a giant ...