Blue Tree Premium Paulista
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... which look like little eiffel towers. They are all lit up in different colours at night, one even changes colour and one sparkles!
We wandered round looking for somewhere to eat but there aren't many places on Avenida Paulista. It being our first night there, we didnt want to drift too far so we went to a food stand on the street selling a local delicacy, pastels. These are kind of like pasties but with sweet dough instead of pastry. You can get sweet ...
... players in the global distribution systems (GDS): Sabre, Amadeus and Travelport, as well as the role of "consolidators" distributing content to agencies and acting on behalf of airlines providing credit, commissions and services.
Early in the morning we also met Mr. Fernando B. Marcomini. Director, Global Sales & Service, Latin America for Radius Travel. In Radius they base their work according to their slogan ...
And as you would imagine, I had passport issues on the way out as well. They took my passport to the little room again for 15 minutes while I waited at the desk. Again, they came back, stamped it and said move on.
Really wish I had an explanation. Maybe I shouldn't go back any time soon.
... packaging process. It was cool to see an automated process where the product is whizzing by at over 300 miles/hr. They used a strobe light to show us exactly what was going on. Very cool!
Later we went through the batch production facility where we all had to dress in clean suits. Check out the picture, we all look like mushroom heads! After that tour we went to speak with Alex Fonseca, of Business Procurement Services where ...
... with a filling of your choice. They are incredibly tasty and we scoff them down accompanied by a freshly blended caldo de cana (sugar cane juice) which we are told is a quintessentially Paulista thing to do. After lunch we visit the museu do futbol where Brazilīs football legacy is displayed. They take much pride in being the greatest footballing nation on Earth and the museum is no joke. Set in the underbelly of the Pacaembu stadium it has several rooms allowing you ...