Bourbon Sao Paulo Business Hotel
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... spaghetti was bought out the whole crowd cheered!
Once we came to the end, we took a different route home and went to bed.
The next day, we got up pretty late and eventually headed out to parque ibirapuera, a HUGE community park. We had heard you could hire bikes here. The park was beautiful and there was something for everyone, lakes, trees, fields, football pitches, volley ball, basketball, skate parks, kids parks, bike trails, running trails, dog ...
... on the blackboard to explain us the history of the GDS and airlines in the Brazilian market and how his company plays a major role. Thanks to his explanation we understood some little details that were still in the air until this meeting. We also watched a great promotional video that explains what Argo IT does.
The highlight of the day was our visit to the office of BCD Travel. It took us around 20 minutes to pass through ...
... Asia and Europe.
I took some pictures from the bus on the way to Itaú in Sao Paulo which is our first scheduled business meeting. One thing that really captured my attention was this graffiti mural by Eduardo Koby giving tribute to Oscar Niemeyer, the famous Brazilian Architect who died a few years ago. The mural covered one side of an entire skyscraper (see photo or go to www.vkvkvkv). There are also the "Twins", two famous ...
... up being a mostly French homemade feast made up of steak, sautéed potatoes and green vegetables complimented by Brie and baguette, a most unusual feature for our Brazilian hosts who were surprised to hear that on the other side of the Atlantic people like to eat cheese AFTER a meal and that this constitutes a course of its own. It was broadly successful and we ended our stay in SP with a new found fondness for Brazilian people and admiration for the rich culture of this ...
... and the bus stopped a couple of times for refreshments and toilet breaks, one stop would have sufficed. We turned up at the huge Tiete bus terminal, which is the second largest terminal in the world! (According to Wikipedia) Thankfully there was a metro which runs into it so it was very easy to get to our hostel. We got off at Parada Inglesa station, quite ironic, and headed up the hill to our hostel. Our hostel was a lovely house which had been converted into ...