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... going to be a unique, fun experience.
That is until I got off the plane. Well it was still unique. Fun, not so much for my "welcome to Brazil" moment. Delta had played this lovely video with English subtitles about where to go and what to do for international arriving visitors. It may have been lack of sleep, but I could have sworn that it said something to the effect of: "if you have checked baggage, you will need to pick up and ...
... and same sex bars in Sao Paulo than we ever did in Copacobana, and everyone that we spoke to were really friendly and happy. There are also some very rich areas of the city that we did not walk around and the purple haze amongst the skyscrapers in the business district really did make a beautiful skyline at dusk. We really grew to like Sao Paulo and would have liked to spend a few more days there and explore the city further but our next trip in the Pantanal ...
... of the hotels are on the GDS, again these are the international chains in major cities. However, as Brazil heavily depends on its agriculture and natural resources such as oil, gas, minerals etc., a great amount of business travel goes far beyond São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro or Brasilia.
Direct invoicing is very common in Brazil still (85%) and fiscal documents have to be stored 5 years, TX Group takes care of matching the data of the client, TA/TMC and the bank ...
... similar to that of the United States but the average consumer in Brazil is more price conscientious than that of the average American when it comes to fuel. In my opinion, part of that has to do with having a real choice of what type of fule to put in their automobile or motorcycle. With the abundance of both gasoline and ethanol fueling stations throughout the country Brazilians have the ability to choose ...
... size: medium; line-height: normal; -webkit-tap-highlight-color: rgba(26, 26, 26, 0.296875); -webkit-composition-fill-color: rgba(175, 192, 227, 0.230469); -webkit-composition-frame-color: rgba(77, 128, 180, 0.230469); -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto; ">Tomorrow we move on to Buenos Aires and looking forward to trying our hand at some romantic tango in what I'm told is the Paris of South America!