Travel Inn Park Avenue
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... won't serve you anything and when it’s green they will – and they were very good at noticing this. When it’s green you barely have two minutes without a waiter asking if you want more meat, but it was both great service and great food. Today Sargam and I got up early and went to the gym and I also jumped in the pool for a quick swim, which was a fantastic way to start the day – I’ll probably do the same tomorrow. ...
... the same 5 ads playing on this TV with flight info and such. One of them is a pretty cool animated David Luis. Another is Kobe Bryant and Leo Messi having a selfie competition. I'm a little bored. I wish my Wi-Fi would work so I could check in with people, the Rosanelis and Mom especially. I'm sure she is worrying, but there is nothing I can do! I just kinda want this next flight to be over with already. I'm exhausted. And I just want to ...
... about the possibility of watching the semi final in this flat rather than at the stadium as Ezequiel was not to return until after the game. The worry was amplified given that the flat had no wifi and I had no credit on my phone to reach Ezequiel. The flat is 4 floors up and I didn't fancy dying trying to escape through the windows so I started searching the flat for a SIM card or anything I could use to contact the outside world because at this point it looked like the window ...
... hands that night. Most words added were innocent.
The most interesting difference about their Churrasgo (braai) was the style in which the food was served from the Churrasgo. As soon as meat was ready, it was placed on a breadboard, cut into small pieces and the Churrasgeiro’s assistant (son) would go around to each person and offer them meat. There was constantly fresh hot strips of meet coming around all night long. I’ve never seen a pair of ...
... easiest to learn, just as cuillère is the easiest to learn in french. Maybe one of my readers can help me figure out if there's a cognate hiding somewhere. Faca means knife, which for some reason makes sense, maybe because of it's harshness. Out of nowhere, garfo means fork.
My favorite vocabulary word is cachecol, which means scarf. The closest English pronunciation is ka-she-KOHH, which if you stretch your imagination starts to sound ...