Travel Inn Conde Luciano
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Outdoor pool
- Indoor pool
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... hotel in the world), so the expectations were of course high. Even though it was impossible to compare to JW Marriott in Dubai it was a beautiful hotel. We are slowly, but surely getting used to not having at least one world record experience each day. Of course it also helped our high expectations to be met when we were shown the Junior Suite and we were met by delicious cake and welcome letters just for us. Our ...
... the correct terminal. I followed the signs to the connection check-in. I waited in the line for about 5 minutes, until an airport employee came up and asked me something in Portuguese way too quickly for me to understand anything besides "Salvador." I said "sorry, Salvador, yes." (In Portuguese though at least, so "sinto muito. Salvador, sim") So smooth, I know. But then she asked again in English, if I was going to Salvador. Yes, I am, so ...
... I turned up to the apartment block and got in after negotiating some language differences then met Ezequiel and his friends later that day. They were all super nice to me and drove me around Belo for a tour including a stop at a high point to show me the view of the city at night before taking me for food and drinks which they offered to pay for. I was almost overwhelmed by their generosity towards a foreigner they didn't know.
Ezequiel had a spare set of keys which ...
... we stopped at a few of his friends’ houses to introduce me and invite them to a Churrasgo (braai) we were going to have later at his Sister’s house.
The coals for the Churrasgo were ready when we got to Junior’s sister’s house that evening. Her husband, Ericson was the Churrasgeiro (braaier). Paulo-Ricky, his son cut the large chunk of meat into thin steaks, Junior’s friend’s husband, Marcos made a marinade with beer, salt, ...
... here. Portuguese is, as my Professor likes to point out, a very young language. Because of that, it is much less tempted than a certain French language to preserve needless complications. That being said, Portuguese is one of a kind in a few grammatical aspects. For example it has a future subjunctive, and the infinitive can be declined to add an interesting layer of meaning. Take for example:
Isto é para fazer hoje - this is to be done ...