Caesar Business Sao Paulo Faria Lima
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... the gallery were several street markets, we wandered around looking at all the cool local crafts and trinketsthen headed back to the hostel, via the supermarket where we bought lasagne for tea.
The hostel had got much busier and there were 2 groups of english people who we spoke with for a while. The hostel bar was closed that night so me and Rob went down to the street with all the night life, Rua Augusta. We found a nice bar which had a drinks ...
... a user friendly way for clients of travel management companies to book their travel needs. Our information so far about GDS and OBTs has come only from travel management companies. It was interesting to meet with them here in Latin America, where the GDS and OBTs work differently from the other regions, and learn how they operate in this region.
In the evening we went to visit the Sao Paulo office of BCD ...
... juice the night before. We'd heard of there being an indoor food market being worth a visit. Never before have I seen such a display of delicious delights! The smells, the colours, the tastes were all a pleasure on the senses. We treated ourselves to a pastrami sandwich and a beer. We tried a range of cheeses. Oh cheese how we've missed you! The fish counter had the whole life of the ocean for sale - giant octopus, piranhas, catfish, tuna, swordfish, ...
... the typical expenses such as filings, assessments, etc. (the normal mortgage expenses we incur in the states), which really didn’t explain why the interest rates were so high on both mortgages and credit cards. The presentation was brief and I have to say I was put off by how rushed Mr. Rodrigues was with the presentation and the fact that he didn't really give the group a chance to ask questions.
Fernando pointed out ...
... Turns out it was the Banespa building and what I had actually read was that is <i>was </i>the largest building outside of the United states .... in 1947! You go up 32 floors in a lift with 5 other people before climbing the last five floors to the small 360deg observatory tower at the top. You are only allowed 5 minutes at the top and after queuing for 2 hours we really didn't think it would be worth it. It was however incredible. It wasn't ...