Hotel Fasano Sao Paulo
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... The first time I ate less than Shaun, but when it was fish Friday I ate more than Shaun. I cant help myself when its fish! We also tried the local dish feijoada a banquet of a meal!! There was so much food! Feijoada is a pork dish with different types of pork such as sausage, cooked in a big pot of their local black beans, served with rice, cauliflower leaves, breadcrumbs and salsa! We really enjoyed it but couldn't finish it all. We also tried another local dish called Frango ...
... bus terminal in Latin America, and the second largest in the world, after the Port Authority Bus Terminal in New York City. The terminal is located in the Santana district in the city of São Paulo, Brazil. The official name in Portuguese is Terminal Rodoviário Governador Carvalho Pinto, named after Carlos Alberto Alves de Carvalho Pinto, a former Governor of the State of São Paulo- one can catch buses to ...
... This time with the help of google translate we were able to ask, and the staff kindly walked us around the corner to one so we couldn't get lost. Got some footy supplies and after signing up earlier in the day for online footy were a bit worried to find out the Internet was not working any more! Decided not to fret and went out to dinner. Asked at reception where to go and found a place just up the road. Looked at the prices on the door and it looked ...
... an energy balance seven times greater than ethanol produced from corn. Brazilian distillers are able to produce ethanol for 22 cents per liter, compared with the 30 cents per liter for corn-based ethanol. U.S. corn-derived ethanol costs 30% more because the corn starch must first be converted to sugar before being distilled into alcohol. Despite this cost differential in production, the U.S. did not import more Brazilian ethanol because of U.S. trade barriers and ...
... metro station headed to the same match. They ended up coming with us (a group of theology students) to lunch and then the match. I was a translator and so excited to be able to function as a translator, to be on the other side of the face that says "pretty please, someone understand what I am working so hard to communicate". Go team. This was real life tangible progress! Throw in some sun and excellent soccer with good friend and you have ...