Don Valente Pousada
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The next day was bright and sunny and it seemed that everyone woke up with the same realisation that the World Cup was finally here! A traditional Brazilian breakfast awaiting - (Spencer was delighted to see that the Brazilians like cake with their breakfast and there was delicous Brazilian cheese and fruit)
We walked around toward the Parc Trianon (a lovely verdant forest set amongst the skyscrapers) and then onto ...
... for us to go back to sleep. Thank god! We slept for about 3 hours until Marcella rang Paula and told her she was outside. She came up and then we gathered all our things to go to her house. Georgie, Marcella and I took a taxi to her house as we had so much stuff! We then showered and dressed and went to go find some food. Its a saturday so most restaurants serve a set menu of Feijoada at a fixed price. We walked around ...
... He couldn't remove them or he would not be able to see. These regulations are strict and there are NO EXCEPTIONS! Well, he got out of looking silly in those gowns anyway.
We stil had the sustainability projects to observe but everyone was getting so tired from walking all day. We went to see the water trretment area. It was time for the long bus ride back.
When we got back we still needed to ...
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Natura is a direct sales company that has only one actual store which is located in Paris, France. They are very popular in all of ...
The streets are full decorated, lights, Santas everywhere, huge Christmas trees, more lights...I had never seen decorations of such dimensions! We even found snow, even though it's summer here and the temperature is of about 30 degrees! Of course it was fake snow...it was on a little street called Normandia, where all houses where lightened up, a few restaurants serving food outside, stands selling popcorns... Instead of having a hot drink as usually in ...