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Brazil

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Miranda Clingenpeel

on 30 April 2010

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Transcript of Brazil

Brazil Arts & Culture Food Outdoor Recreation Historic Sites Accommodations Brazil has 5-star hotels,
inns, and campsites. People in Brazil eat alot of
grains, & fruits. They grow beans, veggies,
& tropical fruits. The major thing they
grow is coffee beans! Coffee Beans Tropical fruit! A Brazilian Breakfast Bob's - a fast food retaurant
that sells hamburgers and
milkshakes. Jericoacoara has
spectacular sunsets. Canoa Quebrada was discovered
by hippies in the 70's. Ouro Preto was the focal
point of the gold rush
in the 18th century. Olinda has a big carnival. Belo Horizonte is the 3rd
largest metropolitan area
in the country. Parati is a preserved
Portuguese colonial & Brazilian
Imperial The Rio Carnival is considered
the greatest show on Earth. It dates
back to 1723. This is a 5-star hotel
on the beach. This is a hotel on the water. You can camp by the mountains
in Brazil. Maracana Stadium is the
largest stadium in Brazil. Brazil has alot of outdoor
recreation like beaches and
sports. Footvolley is a cross between
soccer and volleyball. You have to
use your head and feet to get a ball
over the net. Oktoberfest is a 16-day festival
where people often wear cowboy hats
with tufts of goat hair in them. There are alot of people in Brazil who
know martial arts. Football (soccer) is the most popular
sport in Brazil.
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