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Brazilian Vacations

Brazilian Vacations


Anderson Cooper and his partner, Benjamin Maisani, posed together for the first time in (non-paparazzi) photos for an Architectural Digest spread on Cooper’s luxurious Brazilian vacation compound, “Casa Anderson.” The piece on the CNN anchor’s paradise in Trancoso, Brazil, breathlessly describes “four pavilions set along a meandering path that . . . terminates in a stunning…


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Going to Brazil

Going to Brazil


The ESPN FC crew discuss Wayne Rooney s difficulties with England. A look ahead to the week s best bets as teams ramp up their bids for World Cup qualification. England to win, Walcott to score England will look to continue their 100 percent start to their Russia 2018 qualifying campaign by winning in Slovenia on Tuesday. It s been steady rather than spectacular so far for…


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Top cities to visit in Portugal

Top cities to visit in Portugal


Portugal is a country of great culture and hospitality, full of nooks and crannies that are a must see for any visitor. You’ve certainly heard of each one of these 3 cities, seeing as they are the largest in Portugal. According to some specialty blogs, each one has very interesting places to visit, but usually, those spots are not the most popular, however, they are undiscovered…


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Portugal in May

Portugal in May


Averages for Faro in May Weather Lowdown May in Faro, Portugal marks the start of the tourist season, as the Algarve region starts to see an influx of visitors. The weather warms up and there is extensive sunshine. The end of May would be the ideal time to visit to experience the warmest weather of the month. The average temperature throughout May is 18°C (64°F). The high temperature…


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BAD things about Brazil

BAD things about Brazil


Being a fresh gringo to Brazil has given me some insights on the cultural differences between Brazil and the U.S. Some of cultural differences can lead to some problems. Take this story for example… Being new to Brazil I was trying hard to make Brazilian friends and get integrated into Brazilian culture. After a few weeks of living in Brazil, I was finally invited to my first…


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Places of Interest in Portugal

Places of Interest in Portugal


In the heart of this region is the Serra da Estrela, the highest mountain range in Portugal. The mountain range is about 100 km long and is 30 km at its widest point. It is formed from a granite ridge that once formed the southern frontier of the country. The area ranks among Portugal’s outstanding scenic attractions which will undergo important improvement work to the tune…


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How to Go to Brazil?

How to Go to Brazil?


Story highlights Brazil produces two of world s biggest bashes in Carnival and New Year s Reveillon One of the larger cities in Brazil sits halfway up the Amazon River In world rankings for gap between rich and poor, Brazil has the 11th largest gulf Brazil might be the biggest country most of the world doesn t know a whole heckuva a lot about. This is beginning to change as…


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Visiting Brazil from US

Visiting Brazil from US


So I was born in Brazil and have lived in California for more than 20 years. I am often asked about travel in Brazil by my American friends. This post is meant to collect helpful information. How many days I need to visit Brazil? Where to go? Most people find surprising to learn that Brazil is larger than the continental US. So there is no way to “visit Brazil” in a few days…


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Brazilian Travel Services

Brazilian Travel Services


SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL – A deteriorating economic scenario and the steep depreciation of the Brazilian real in relation to the U.S. dollar discouraged Brazilians from traveling and spending abroad last year, according to the latest data from Brazil’s Central Bank. Now adding to the current trend, Brazil created a new tax over tourism services paid abroad, which will likely reduce…


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How to get a Brazilian Tourist visa?

How to get a Brazilian Tourist visa?


When traveling around South America, be aware that depending on your citizenship you may be required to pay entrance or tourist fees to enter certain countries. Argentina and Chile have reciprocity fees, Bolivia requires a visa; however, the country with the strictest rules, is probably Brazil. If you are traveling with a US, Australian, or Canadian passport (among other countries…


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