Slaviero Executive Jardins
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... cute and the guy next to me offered us both gum. But what I found hilarious was that he had four passports. I joked with him, do you have more than one identity? He laughed and said no, and that one was a student one, one was for this thing, and bla bla. He was cool. When the new people boarded in Caracas, there was an old man to my right in the middle and for a minute I thought no one was going to fill the window seat. I asked him if he would mind if I sat there if no ...
t feels like the time is dragging a bit until I get to the World Cup by the end of the week especially since I have been planning it for so long. But the early games keep me occupied and then finally its time to start moving to the World Cup. I get a bus to the border on the night of the 15th and arrive at the border in the morning. I don't have a clue what is going on at the border so I befriend some Irish girls who were easy to spot/hear. I end up crossing the border and ...
... of the English. The fracus went on for some time since there was zero police presence inside the stand, only middle aged women stewards. Given FIFA had forced Brazil to overturn their ban of alcohol sales in the stadium it felt like a farce to not then help protect the fans. Especially since there was fully armoured regiment of military police protecting the empty roads outside... To make matters ...
... light built by the british in 1901, this is still the citys main train station and attracts a lot of people including a whole load of prostitutes. Throughout the morning we had only seen busy streets with a few city attractions and a whole load of homeless and beggars on the street. Not quite what we were expecting as we didn't realise it would be as poor as it was as some of the areas we had been in had been awful and decorated with piles of ...
... its 22+ million habitants. Nevertheless, being told and experiencing is something totally different (see picture). Rua 25 de Marco is a popular commerce region for the people at the bottom of the pyramid. Though generally illegal, Rua 25 de Marco has a host of products, from wristbands over cheesy souvenirs to fake iPods. Items sold here are very low priced, and often ...