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  • Tiger flapping interview Kathy Tiger flapping interview Kathy: goal is duty, to Brazil for defending

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      Iker casillas: first of all, I want to say: these kids miss too many beautiful things But this place is really special, Camisetas Replicas Futbol since I was young, I like to stay in the goal that loneliness is a challenge, pooperhfghh can prevent the other score will let me have a boiling passion I'm really love at an early age The first time I wear the shirt Put on the gloves, I know this is what I want the tiger jump sports: is teammates scored more makes you happy, or a shot right more can satisfy you? Iker casillas: these two will let me very satisfied And when the goalkeeping success, his teammates also will be very happy My job is to reassure his teammates attack So whether teammates scored or saves, Replicas Camisetas Futbol Baratas its success that satisfaction is the same pooperhfghh

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  • Mirror : Manchester United con Mirror : Manchester United consider granting leave to help Wayne Rooney fully recovered

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      According to the " Mirror " reported that Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney plans to make the team a good rest so that the England players to prepare for this summer's World Cup in Brazil . Mercurial Neo Lime piljirtgregty Rooney injured his toe in the Champions League with Bayern 1/4 final first leg , while playing in pain needle stick playing with Bayern 's second leg , but he was close to his best condition still very far away. Hypervenom Neo Lime This season, the striker suffered multiple injuries, in addition to the latest issue of the toes of his hamstring , groin, both have been hurt . So Rooney eager to adjust the body to prepare for this summer's World Cup in Brazil . The Red Devils boss David Moyes is believed to give the striker being considered for some time to rest, to help him fully recover.

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  • British media : Manchester Uni British media : Manchester United plans to buy Eindhoven right back 6,000,000

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      According to " The Sun " reported that Manchester United are considering asking price of £ 6,000,000 Buy Eindhoven right back Arias (SantiagoArias). adizero f50 samba With outstanding performance in the Eredivisie stadium , the 22 -year-old star to attract the attention of many European clubs , and fans affectionately call him "The Rock ." Manchester United scouts visit Arias had three times , most recently in Eindhoven and Heerenveen game. lipopertyurr Defender promising name for themselves in this summer's World Cup in Brazil , new adidas f50 2014 and therefore very much hope that the Red Devils before he departed for Brazil to finalize the deal. They know that if we continue to wait, competitors will be more , and the price will be higher.

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  • Brazil this Summer: FIFA World Brazil this Summer: FIFA World Cup 2014

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      FIFA Brazil ExcitementNothing more exciting is scheduled for this summer than FIFA World Cup 2014 in Brazil. Sports fans the world over will be making their way to Brazil for the international men's football (soccer to those in the United States!) tournament that is scheduled from June 12 to July 13, 2014. 

      World Cup has a long history; this year marks the 20th FIFA World Cup, with the first World Cup being in Argentina in 1930. It has been held every four years since then, with the exception of 1942 and 1946 due to World War II. In other words, World Cup is on par with the Olympics. 

      FIFA stands for Fédération Internationale de Football Association, which oversees the sport. The tournament consists of 32 teams competing at venues within the host nation; this is the World Cup Finals and is the culmination of the previous three years of play and qualification. Currently, the champion is Spain. They won the tournament in South Africa in 2010 and are favored to win.  

      This is just the second time that Brazil was chosen to host the competition. FIFA chose Brazil after deciding that the tournament should be in South America. The last time the tournament was held in South America was in Argentina in 1978; the last time in Brazil was 1950. 

      There will be 64 matches played in twelve cities across Brazil in new or totally renewed stadiums. These matches will include all of the world champion teams since the World Cup began in 1930---Italy, Germany, Uruguay, England, France, Argentina, Spain and Brazil. 

      Brazil has a storied World Cup history as well, with five championships and once fielding the most well-known football player worldwide to ever play the game--Pele, who made 77 goals in just 92 appearances, Brazil's all-time leading scorer, who made a name for himself by making the winning game against its country's rival Argentina at the age of 16. Maracana stadium

      Awesome way to spend a week, or a whole month, in Brazil! My plans are to spend a week in Brazil seeing some of the sights, and I have already scored some tickets for myself and my brother and will be in the stands for the Spain vs. the Netherlands match on June 13 in Salvador! 

      I also got a great tip about transportation from a friend of mine who has spend lots of time in Brazil going to conferences. She said the taxi drivers sometimes scam tourists and it was safer to set up transfers online with Brazil Airport Transfers. She even said her plane was hours late and the driver was still waiting for her with a sign. That sounds like great service!

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  • Maracana stadium Maracana stadium

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  • FIFA Brazil Excitement FIFA Brazil Excitement

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  • Jewish Museums of North Americ Jewish Museums of North America

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      The Jewish population of the United States stands at barely 3% of America's total residents but the community has been an intergral part of the American landscape since Colonial times. Throughout the country museums, small and large, exist which attest to the unique role that Jews see for themselves in America and their commitment to their heritage.

      Wherever I travel I try to search out Jewish museums. Every region gives its own flavor to the American Jewish experience and by observing them I enjoy the opportunity to see the American Jewish world in all is diversity.

      Jewish Museum of Oregon

      In the mid-1800s the German Jewish immigration to American began to gain momentum. Most of these immigrants settled along the East Coast but some adventurous pioneers moved westward. In 1849  two German Jewish immigrants traveled to Oregon and settled in the frontier town of Portland. By 1853 enough additional Jewish men had arrived in the town to create the need for a boardinghouse for Jewish bachelors and  the Jewish community continued to expand.

       

      Today Portland has a vibrant Jewish community. The Jewish Museum of Oregon traces the Jewish presence in the northeast with a wide range of exhibits that help you appreciate the sacrifices that the early Jewish settlers made to come and live in the Pacific Northwest. The museum houses a large archive that contains documents, photos and artifacts that document the Jewish immigration and settlement in the region. You can also listen to some of the old-timers whose memories are recorded via the museum's  oral history program.  

       

      Modern Portland Jewish history is on display via temporary exhibits which display Judaica and elements of Jewish culture and tradition. These exhibits are not necessarily unique to Oregon, but their inclusion in the museum ensures that the exhibits meet the needs of present-day visitors for Jewish information. Films, concerts and lectures are scheduled throughout the year -- the website provides information about these events.

       

       

      Jewish Museum of Charleston

      It may seem incongruous to have a full-blown, high quality Jewish museum in a city with a miniscule Jewish population but 200 years ago there were more Jews in Charleston than in almost any other American colony. Charleston is the historical home of one of North America's first Jewish communities. The Charter of South Carolina, written in 1669, granted liberty of conscience to all residents, specifically noting "Jews, heathens, and dissenters." Spanish, Portuguese and Dutch Jews saw Charleston as a haven where they could  live freely as Jews. Charleston was a center of Jewish life until well into the 20th century and a congregation still remains.

       

      The Jewish Museum of Charleston displays a wide range of exhibits that explore Jewish culture, showing how Jews celebrated and commemorated holidays and rituals hundreds of years ago till today. The museum's permanent exhibition -- Culture and Continuity: The Jewish Journey examines the Jewish experience of the last 4000 years as it is perceived through various art forms. The display area presents a diverse collection of archaeological objects, ceremonial implements, photographs, videos and interactive media that offers an overview of the American Jewish experience.

       

      The museum is located in the Kahal Kadosh synagogue. Kahal Kadosh was built in 1749 to serve the Sephardic (Spanish and Portuguese) Jews. It became one of America's first Reform Temples when the changing demographics of the Charleston Jewish community created a need for change in the mid 1800s.  The Museum traces the history of this evolution as well as of the Reform reinterpretation of Jewish traditions, the interaction of Jewish community of Charleston with other cultures and the impact that these historical events have had on American Jewish life.

       

      Breman Jewish Heritage Museum

      There are Holocaust Museums all over the world but the Breman Jewish Heritage Museum, located in Atlanta Georgia, tells the story of the Holocaust by exploring the lives of over 400 survivors who made their way to Georgia and Alabama after the war.

       

      Using documents, photos and biographical details of the survivors the museum demonstrates the progression of the Holocaust years, starting with the persecutions and moving on to the ghettos, the concentration camps and, for very few, final freedom.

       

      Holocaust survivors that made their way to the southern United States have become successful and valued members of their communities. These people gave their time, money and memories to  the museum to contribute to Holocaust education in their community. Probably the most moving part of the museum involved the survivors' stories which personalized the exhibit in a way that photos and documents can never achieve. The Breman museum adds a great deal to the public's knowledge and understanding of the Holocaust.

        

      Milken Archives of Jewish Music

      The Los Angeles-based Milken Archives of Jewish Music was created by the Milken Foundation as a resource through which the history and the evolution of American Jewry can be traced by examining Jewish American liturgy and music. Beginning with data that documents the 17th century Sephardic Jews who arrived from Brazil, the Archive documents the unique songs and chants that are associated with American Jewish history.

       

      The first Jews in America were of Spanish and Portuguese origin. After they escaped the Inquisition they moved to Holland and from Holland they joined the expeditions to the New World. When Portugal conquered Brazil from Holland and brought the Inquisition to South America the Jews fled northward to the new American colonies. They brought their Iberian traditions and Sephardic culture with them and early American Jewish worship was characterized by Sephardic melodies and liturgy.

       

      German Jews began to immigrate to America in the mid-1800s. Some synagogues incorporated the new German customs, including those of the German-based Reform denomination, into their services. By the late 1800s a great immigration that would eventually encompass over 2 million Eastern European Jews was underway -- this wave laid the groundwork for an American Jewish community that, until today, is mostly Ashkanazic. The Milken Archives has created recordings that trace each of these groups through their prayers, especially Ashkanazi cantorial music. As a researcher who is interested in American Jewish history, I found numerous helpful resources and materials available at the Archives. The Archives also offer these resources online.

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

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  • Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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      Photo taken from the peak of Sugarloaf Mountain, with the famous Statue of Christ visable on the mountain in the upper right of the picture.

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  • A bit of calm and quiet from R A bit of calm and quiet from Rio... Paraty

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      This lovely little town (Paraty) is only 4 hours from Rio by bus and is on the southern coast of Brazil.  The charming colonial style construction of the village is complemented with cobblestone streets and yet just a short way from beautiful beaches.

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  • A bird's eye view of Rio! A bird's eye view of Rio!

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      Do take a gondola ride to the top of Sugarloaf Mountain in Rio de Janiero.  Seeing this view of the city of Rio makes it al worth while.

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  • Boats outside Rio Boats outside Rio

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      Boats in the harbor in Niteroi, Brazil across the harbor from Rio de Janeiro.

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  • Christo Redentor Christo Redentor

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      Christ the Redeemer photo taken from my hotel room in Rio de Janeiro Brazil. There is a train that takes you through a jungle to the base of the statue. I can see why Christo Redentor statue is one of the World Wonders,
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  • Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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      Rio de Janeiro harbor

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  • Prague – Vienna Cycle Tour Prague – Vienna Cycle Tour

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      Last September I joined a cycle tour in the Czech Republic. The tour took us from Prague in Central Bohemia to the rolling hills and charming medieval and Renaissance towns of South Bohemia and then through the gently-sloping vineyards of South Moravia. Some riders then cycled on to Vienna, whilst others chose to return to Prague. For many non-Czechs the countryside of the Czech Republic is unknown, secret, and undiscovered. This tour is a wonderful opportunity to discover what lies beyond Prague, a city that is deservedly visited by millions of people every year.

       

      We were a very diverse group. Our party consisted of seven Australians, a British couple, a couple from Brazil, a New Zealander, an American, and our Czech guide, Jiri (George) and driver, Jindrich (Henry). And me – I’ve been living and working in Prague for six years, but I’ originally from London, UK. Age-wise, collectively we covered every decade from early thirties to (almost) seventy. As those who have been on tours like this before, there is a camaraderie amongst cyclists that transcends continents and ages.

       

      Our First Day:        Prague to Ceske Budejovice by mini-bus

                                  Ceske Budejovice to Cesky Krumlov by bike

       

      After collecting everybody from their hotels on a quiet and overcast Prague Sunday morning, we group of strangers, soon to become brave companions of the trail, gathered together in the cellar meeting room of the tour company to introduce ourselves and to receive a full briefing. We were given a detailed itinerary for each day, a safety briefing and a small glass of slivovice (a local plum brandy that some people quite like).

       

      Then it was outside to hitch up the bike trailers to the mini-buses, check on helmets and water-bottles, and on to Ceske Budejovice. After a two and a half hour drive, we parked up in the city centre and everyone was allocated their bikes for the week. The bikes are already pre-selected for individual size, weight and experience by the company. Some people had brought their own pedals and these were quickly fitted by the ever-helpful staff.

       

      Ceske Budejovice is of course the home of the Czech Republic’s second most famous beer, Budvar or Budweiser. It is an old town with a lot of green spaces and a very large Renaissance square, where we took the first of many group photographs.

       

      We made our way through the town and down to the River Vltava (Moldau), the same river that runs through Prague. It was a great way to start, riding along the flat cycle path following the river to test out the comfort and settings of our bikes. After a while, we reached a rocky outcrop – our first hill! After climbing above the river, we coasted down a winding forest path to the small settlement and large monastery of Zlata Koruna (Golden Crown) founded in 1263. Here was a chance to stock up on a well-deserved bowl of soup and plate of sausage.

       

      After suitable refreshment, the last stage of the day’s short ride was down to the fairy-tale chocolate-box town of Cesky Krumlov, dominated by the second-largest castle in the country built on sheer rocks which rise up from the river. It is spectacularly beautiful and is a UNESCO World Heritage site.  George gave us a tour of the town, but sadly it was raining quite hard at this stage, so we were very glad to arrive at our hotel. The luggage had already been delivered to our rooms and we had time to freshen-up before dinner.

       

      Dinner was in a lovely medieval restaurant where the food was prepared on an open fire. We sat at long wooden tables and had a chance to get to know each other better. However, what really bonded our group together was the next stop in a lovely crowded pub with a piano player who took requests. I’d like to think that our lusty singing of old standards was enjoyed by the locals as much as it was by us.

       

      Kilometres cycled:   27

       

      Second Day:Cesky Krumlov to Trebon

       

      After a fine and hearty breakfast, we gathered in the courtyard of the hotel to reacquaint ourselves with our bikes and make some final adjustments to them. And so we set off. It’s a long climb out of the valley of Cesky Krumlov, nestled on a bend of the river, where in high summer canoeing and rafting are very popular. We rode along paved cycle tracks and forest paths before stopping at a village restaurant for lunch. It was quite a strenuous day’s cycling and some of our valiant company took respite in the mini-bus for the more hill sections. The mini-bus is never far-away and is stocked up with water, fruit and energy bars.

       

      I should add that the day was quite testing; not only because of the distance and terrain, but it was also quite cold and raining, so it did test the morale of the group. However, the week’s forecast was good and the outlook was for sunny weather. Some of us rode the mini-bus into Trebon, while others pressed on through the mud and rain to arrive later.

       

      After a welcome shower, we met for a meal in the hotel restaurant, which was served with élan and charm by our hosts. Some opted to take a walk around the town afterwards to take in the Renaissance square, the Marian column, the charming castle and a local hostelry to taste the renowned local brew.

       

      Kilometres cycled:   61

       

      Third Day:    Trebon to Telc

       

      Trebon has been the centre of the Czech fish industry for five centuries. Over this time many fish-ponds and man-made lakes have been developed to produce carp and other fish. Carp is a traditional Christmas meal in the Czech Republic. It is a flatter area of South Bohemia, so a good chance to get in some faster cycling along paved forest paths. It was raining lightly and misty but this added to the mystique of riding through the dark, silent pine forests of Central Europe. All very atmospheric, all very Brothers Grimm.

       

      After about 25 kilometres we left the woods and the land began to undulate through fields. We met up with Henry and the mini-bus for snacks and refreshments, and to mend a couple of punctures.

       

      We pushed on through the rain. This was the most gruelling day, the furthest to cycle, nearly 80 kilometres and the second two-thirds were fairly hilly. We stopped for lunch at a country pub-restaurant, but otherwise it was head-down and concentrate on getting to Telc and South Moravia.

       

      The town of Telc is another UNESCO World Heritage site. It has a breath-takingly beautiful and extensive square, consisting entirely of Renaissance buildings from the 16th century, decorated in the typical brightly-coloured and sgraffitoed style of the time. It’s a great photo opportunity.

       

      We stayed in a very fine hotel not far from the main square, which had been a large farm and dairy complex. The tasteful reconstruction provided spacious rooms and a fine restaurant which served an excellent and well-deserved dinner.

       

      We were all pretty tired after this day, but we went to bed knowing that the following days would be sunny with temperatures rising to 25 degrees Celsius. Indian summer weather!

       

      Kilometres cycled:   78

       

      Fourth Day:  Telc – Vranov

       

      This was a shorter day than the day before but we had some hilly country to tackle as we followed the spectacular rocky and wooded valley of the Dyje river, which flows into the Danube.

       

      By mid-morning the sun had begun to shine and the temperature to rise. We rode through sun-dappled forests and fields and stopped at a large 17th century convent complex, where we stocked up on snacks and looked around the old buildings perched on top of a hill with lovely views of the Moravian landscape we were to cycle through.

       

      In the afternoon, after lunch in a country village restaurant where some of our party were brave enough to assay the delicacies of the bull, we cycled through deeply-forested paths with short steep climbs and satisfyingly long downhill runs.

       

      We passed the 11th century castle Bitov, high on an outcrop of the river, and climbed up to take a short tour of the castle. It was extended during the 15th to 17th centuries and had a fine library and impressive collection of hunting weapons: bows, crossbows and guns.

       

      A short distance away is another castle called Zornstein (Angry Rock). This is a quite different structure to Bitov, having been abandoned in the Middle Ages and largely derelict. It is however an impressive ruin of medieval fortifications. There were fine views to be enjoyed from this historic vantage point over the blue skies and green forests of the winding valley of the River Dyje.

       

      From Zornstein, it was a short ride down to the river and along the bank to Vranov.

       

      Kilometres cycled:   44

       

      Fifth Day:     Vranov to Znojmo

       

      This was also a shorter day in terms of distance, but again there were some tricky hills and off-road forest tracks to be negotiated.

       

      However, we did have the chance to tour the castle which sits upon a rocky crag that dominates the small town. The castle was modified extensively in the Baroque style in the 18th century and so offered a completely different style to the previous day’s visits. It really was a most impressive place giving an insight into the opulent way of life of the aristocracy during Hapsburg rule.

       

      After the informative tour, we saddled up again and rode out of Vranov towards the major wine-producing town of Znojmo. This was another enjoyable day during which we mostly followed the border between the Czech Republic and Austria. The trails pass through forest and paved tracks in an area which had been off-limits for forty years during the days of the Iron Curtain. The natural habitat is therefore unspoiled. 

       

      The last section of the ride was quite taxing as we had to climb up away from the border towards Znojmo, situated on a steep hill above the river Dyje. It is a impressive sight with several ancient spires and towers rising above the houses perched on the hillside.

       

      After the steep ascent, we were pleased to arrive at the hotel, beautifully modernised with glass staircases, large rooms and comfortable beds.

       

      Kilometres cycled: 40

       

      Sixth Day:    Znojmo to Mikulov

       

      For me this was the finest day for cycling. The weather was beautiful, warm and sunny, and the terrain was gentle passing through undulating wine-growing lowlands.

       

      We had a long lunch at a traditional pub-restaurant and passed by the only section of preserved pre-1989 defences with fences, originally electrified, tank defences and a cleared, and previously mined, dead zone. It was quite creepy to see the physical embodiment of the ‘Iron Curtain’ and difficult nowadays to understand how peoples could have been so brutally divided after the Second World War.

       

      About 15 kilometres before Mikulov we stopped at a small wine-cellar, little more than an underground shelter, where the proprietor talked us through his current production and we tasted Burcak, the deceptively first fermentation of the grape juice. It was interesting to see the small scale of the production, but it is clear the the best of the wine never reaches the export market.

       

      Feeling refreshed, we pushed on through the glorious afternoon sunshine to Mikulov which we could see jutting out of the surrounding plains from far away. We had our farewell dinner in a restaurant adjacent to the hotel and then repired to a wine bar for prize-giving and valedictions.

       

      Kilometres cycled:   70

       

      Seventh Day:                   Mikulov to Vienna

                                  Mikulov to Vratice – Lednice area

       

      Mikulov is a charming small town with a population of about 8,000 which was at one time a major centre of Jewish trade and scholarship. It is very interesting and thought-provoking to walk through its square with its pretty church and then through the adjacent Jewish quarter with its 15th century synagogue.

       

      After breakfast, our fellowship was broken. Eight of our party had planned to end their tour in Vienna and they set off with George guiding. After a day’s ride they were driven the remainder of the distance to Vienna and delivered to their hotels by the ever-reliable Henry.

       

      The rest of us spent an enjoyable day riding a circular route from Mikulov to Valtice and Lednice. This area is another UNESCO World Heritage site and is thought of as the most architecturally valuable region in the country. This was a great day’s cycling to end the tour. We cycled along deserted roads to Valtice through the heart of Moravia’s prime wine region. We paused in Valtice to have a look at the impressive chateau and then pressed on to Lednice. The route took us through the forested parklands of the Lichtenstein family which are studded with ostentatious monuments including the Temple of the Three Graces and a shrine to the patron saint of hunters, Saint Hubert. After lunch in Lednice, we went to walk around the glory of the neo-Gothic chateau.

       

      Then it was back to Mikulov along a series of ribbon lakes following the border to meet up with the driver, Tonda, who drove us back to Prague and delivered us to our hotels, safe, sound and tired after a most enjoyable cycle tour through some of the finest countryside and towns that the Czech Republic has to offer.

       

      Kilometres cycled:   47

       

      Total kilometres over the week:  367

      Guided Group Tour by: www.bicycle-tours.cz

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  • Indochina Sails Cruise chosen Indochina Sails Cruise chosen as “Dream Hotel” by famous German Movie Series

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      The popular, long-running German movie series called “Das Traumhotel” was filmed on Indochina Sails. The series of movies Das Traumhotel, which translates in English to “Dream Hotel”, features 5-Star properties from all over the world in which to set the stories. Previous installations in the series have been filmed in such locales as Dubai, Thailand, Bali, the Maldives, Brazil and Mexico… The latest installation in the series was on location in Vietnam. In Hoi An, the famous Nam Hai Resort was chosen and in Halong Bay, the Indochina Sails was the set for the movie. Indochina Sails is proud to be recognized along with other famous properties as a world-class destination.
       
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  • Nightlife in Sao Paulo,Brazil Nightlife in Sao Paulo,Brazil

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      São Paulo is Brazil's most cosmopolitan city, with sundry cultural attractions to satisfy all tastes. In São Paulo, you can find nightclubs offering every beat in Brazil, as well as jazz and disco.

      Sao Paulo’s nightlife is amongst the best in the world. This city offers a great variety of places where to spend a nice night. In Sao Paulo, it can find many excellent discos, nice bars, many music concerts, theater, dance, cine and much more. Most paulistas won’t even set foot in a disco or club till after midnight. The entertainment centers are distributed throughout whole city.

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      Sao Paulo is considered the cultural capital of the country; therefore it usually attracts the main Brazilian music stars and greatest shows. This city gets most stars, which play here more often than any  other Brazilian city. Besides, many international music stars offer also amazing concerts in the main Sao Paulo’s stadiums. In addition to, the city have a great variety of theater, opera, ballet and classical music. It highlights the classical music, which is excellent and is presented in the famous and ancient Municipal Theatre, which is the main scenery of the cultural spectacles in Sao Paulo.

      For Travel to Sao Paulo, you choose Cheap Flights to Sao Paulo or visit http://www.ticketstoworld.co.uk/ for tourism info about Sao Paulo, Brazil.

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  • Sao Paulo attractions that sho Sao Paulo attractions that shouldn’t be missed by Anyone

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      There are many quality Brazilian attractions surrounding the city of Sao Paulo, with the enticing Paulista Coast being just an hour's drive away and is therefore ideal for day trips, especially the superb beaches of Guaruja. Particularly close to Sao Paulo are the handicraft attractions of Embu das Artes, the vineyards of Louveira and the port of Santos, while excursions a little further afield include Campos do Jordao, Sao Sebastiao and Ubatuba.

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      The Zoologico is home to more than 3,000 animal species, and also includes a petting zoo area for children to interact with some friendly creatures. The Sao Paulo Playcenter is perfect for thrill-seeking families, with rides, games, and Brazil’s biggest roller coaster! The Parque da Monica is another theme park geared toward young children, and is based entirely around one of Brazil’s most popular cartoon characters, Monica.

      Other activities in Sao Paulo include the Pinacoteca do Estado, one of the best art exhibits in the city for anyone wishing to experience Brazilian art, as well as the Sao Paulo Ibirapuera Park, which has over 2 million square meters of green space. Embu-das-Artes-Vale-a-Pena-Conhecer

      Finally, one of the Sao Paulo attractions that shouldn’t be missed by anyone is the chance to see a soccer match between some of the local clubs. There are four soccer clubs in Sao Paulo, and any match is going to be an experience and a half for an out-of-towner! Any hotel clerk will be able to tell you if there’s a match coming up, so don’t be afraid to ask!

      As a city full of sights and sounds, Sao Paulo attractions are widespread and diverse, so you’ll never have to worry about finding something to do.

       

       

       

       

       

       

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  • Sun_set_on_the_track_Sao_Paulo Sun_set_on_the_track_Sao_Paulo

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      Sunset on the track, Sao Paulo.
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  • Best Time to visit Sao Paulo,B Best Time to visit Sao Paulo,Brazil

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      Although the Sao Paulo climate may not be as hot and humid as you’d find elsewhere in the country, the humid subtropical climate is very conducive to the many outdoor activities enjoyed by Paulista and visitors to the area. The Sao Paulo climate tends to be described as both subtropical and humid, with rainy weather being most likely between October and March.

      The best time to visit Sao Paulo will be when the average temperatures are at a comfortable level which is during months January, February, March, April, October, November and December. Other great months to visit Sao Paulo are May, June, July, August and September when the average temperatures are a little cooler but still between a pleasant 10°C  and 20°C . Sun_set_on_the_track_Sao_Paulo

       Winter is also the dry season in Sao Paulo, with most of the rain coming in the early months of the year. Rain seems to come in concentrated bursts over a few days, instead of being spread out across a few months, and more often than not the city streets will flood due to overflow – the city receives about 53 inches of rainfall per year.

      The average wind speed is around 8 Mph (12.8 Km/h) and wind blows from north to south. Usually there are 30 days with fog per year. Sao Paulo has a nice climate and worth visiting at any time of year.

      For Travel to Sao Paulo, you choose Cheap Flights to Sao Paulo or visit http://www.ticketstoworld.co.uk/ for tourism info about Sao Paulo, Brazil

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