Book a stay here and you'll be conveniently located less than 30 minutes from Central London, via Ilford Train Station. The hotel has a bar area serving...... more
Book a stay here and you'll be conveniently located less than 30 minutes from Central London, via Ilford Train Station. The hotel has a bar area serving both food and drink, and a relaxing garden for you to sit in. Other facilities include WiFi and a TV.
...The city of São Paulo officially became a city in 1711. In the 19th century, it experienced a lot of economic prosperity, brought about by coffee exports, which were shipped abroad from the port of the neighbouring city of Santos. It is one of the big 5 cities that exist in the world. It is the business centre of Brazil and, has many of the down sides of any big city: São Paulo is located...
06.07.2006 19:17 (26.07.2006 00:59) ·Read review
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Advantages: Relaxing, stunning scenery and still unspoiled! Disadvantages: Cuisine lacking in fancy menus.
...Sâo Miguel also known as the Green Island is 65 kilometres long and 16 kilometres wide. It is the largest of the islands making up the Azores. The island is made up of several volcanic groups, the black lava fields form a dark coastline dotted with a handful of beaches, but the green hills provide some splendid scenery, and every turn (and there are many!) along the windy roads unfolds some...
...Sao Paulo is a strange city. It is home to the multi million pound grand prix circus that visits Brazil once a year. Yet next to the Sao Paulo circuit's glitz and glamour lies the poverty of the shanty towns that make up the majority of the city. Here people are begging and struggling to feed their families in one of the fastest growing civilisations in the world. People often think of the Rio...
21.08.2000 11:32 ·Read review
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