Bourbon Sao Paulo Business Hotel
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... season was unusually dry means that Sao Paulo’s water supplies are now in trouble. The reservoirs are running extremely low. I think the Brazilian government are even looking at installing pumps to convert sea water into drinking water to solve the problem. We only lost water supply for a couple of days but many of the cities favelas are really suffering.
On a more light-hearted note, I went to go and get my Foreigners ID Card today so now ...
Today we visited GOL - Linhas Aéreas Inteligentes - headquarters. The offices are formed by a group of small buildings, all belonging to different departments. The feeling I had during the visit was of being in a small town in the middle of a big city with its own airport. Ms.Claudia Carvalho, Corporate Sales Coordinator, gave us an introduction of the company and their willingness to be the best airline for travel, work and investment ...
... victim. You were warned , you got what you deserved.
Many of the 'youth' that we saw with faces shrouded in scarves and bandanas had no skin in this game. They could care less about the issue. They were there to destroy and loot for the pleasure and the rush and perhaps the 'street cred'. If you ask me, if you go in masked , you don't deserve credit. You're just another faceless coward with no adjenda save mindless destruction. You deminish ...
... them the address you want to go and they sell you a prepaid ticket. It was a bit more costly than I wanted but the thought of busing then taxiing wasn’t something nice after 22 hours of travel and a complete lack of language skills. The taxi drier was nice and spoke a tiny bit of English and helped me a lot with the security person at Marina’s as he spoke no English. I really needed that help as it was raining and I ...
... those last 4 years. It was still worth it.
Cerveja finished we grabbed our 3 huge suitcases, surfboards, laptops, backpacks and headed out to the pickup area. You know that feeling when you step outside an airport of a foreign country into the fresh air? I think that's the moment when it feels real. Sao Paulo's international airport reminded me a little bit of LAX, busy, lots of cars, people and it was 3am. I was adjusting to Sao Paulo, the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center