Slaviero Executive Jardins
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... one of my favourite things about brazil. You get a huge selection of food and pile up what you fancy and then pay according to weight. It’s a brilliant idea, you get loads of variety (50 dishes) and if you aren’t that hungry you don’t need to get much. It’s always fresh and a really quick way to eat. Maybe we will open one of these in Brisbane to go with our Guatemalan Cerviche restaurant. After lunch we walked to ...
... There is all sorts of world cup stuff everywhere though, from souvenirs to ads to commercials, so that's neat. Only 45 more minutes til the flight leaves! There is a very attractive Brazilian boy sitting across from me. Most Brazilians are very attractive though. I'm currently texting some of my Brazilian friends and am just sooooo excited to actually see them. I'm getting redundant now, so I'll post again later when I have more to talk ...
... we met up with Eliot for dinner at Speranza, a pizzeria recommended by the Lonely Planet. Sao Paulo claims to have better pizzas than Italy - didn't quite agree this time!
On board a surprisingly comfy bus, we began a 12 hour journey to Florianopolis, our final beach stop in Brazil. More to follow later!
Have a look back at our last Carnaval entry - we´ve uploaded some more pics.
Beers consumed: Bohemia, Devassa
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... we explored the neighbourhood of our hotel. This area seems to be a very good neighbourhood: lots of modern high rise buildings with offices and condos, many shops, cafés and bars. Obviously, we had to get our first Caipirinha at a local bar. Yummy! Then we continued walking around for another two hours before dining at a Brazilian steak house. Oh dear, I have never seen nor eaten so much meat before! For everybody, who has not experienced a ...
... NASA space shuttle, if it was ever needed in the Southern Hemisphere. From there we took an awesome tour of the various manufacturing hangars. Most of their planes are built with the same designs, they just get bigger. This allows for them to achieve some cost savings because their internal teams are familiar with the planes and can assemble different models. Embraer currently has up to a 5 year backlog of orders going thru the pipeline.
Next stop was ...