Quality Suites Long Stay Bela Cintra
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Heated pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... as much enthusiasm. Jahy Carvalho, the Director of Sales and Account Management, kicked off the presentation with an overview of the Brazilian market. Paulo Falcao, the Director of M&I, then talked about strategic meetings management (SMM). Reuben Luiz, the HR Manager, explained the BCD Knowledge Hub, performance appraisals and the like to us, and finally, Manolo de San Félix, the IT Director, walked us through how the Travel Portal ...
... using whatever available utensils are handy as their instruments, though the music seems more varied than ever. The joie de vivre remains and has seemingly grown. Comparing the stroll down Avenida Paulista during rush hour to one in New York, there is a relaxed, very peaceful, and almost quiet, quality to the crowds, so unlike the manic stressed out folks in New York or other US cities running from one hectic appointment to the next. However, there are some ...
... the Governer of Sao Paulo at the time the deals were made was a Corinthians fan. Who'd have thunk it.... Sao Paulo FC and Palmeiras didn't have a chance, such is the level of corruption. The Belgians are an outside tip for the title, with their best squad in years and even though South Korea are rubbish, the game looks OK on paper. However, Belgium have already qualified so decide to field a weakened team. Even this is too much for the ****-poor Koreans who go down 1-0. ...
... through the steep hills was really hot, we were back to mega heat temperatures, but the sight from above had been worth it! We had sensational views onto the cramped favela and Rio with its beautiful beaches and the lagoon. The return downhill (without a bike thank god) was just as interesting (but still quite scary), seeing how everyone lives with so little in the favela but still seems to have all they need to be happy, it was very humbling. Now I could also ...
... people queuing for some restaurants than eating in them! We went for a quieter one to try the local pastry everyone was selling. Ours had cheese and tomato in a crispy flaky pastry that was deep fried. It was delicious. We then went past the cathedral and more people filled shopping streets towards the Japanese district. There was a long street lined with Japanese lantern style street lights and shops selling oriental foods and products. Having walked for a few hours ...