Caesar Business Sao Paulo Faria Lima
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... he right. Because I was flying standby, I wasn't allowed to check-in until 1 hour before the flight which forced me to then run across the airport to catch my flight on time. After running in an airport with no airport I realized, wow I'm sweating haha. But thankfully I caught my flight and made it! Back to America I go! And I was about to say goodbye to an unforgettable and memorable trip. Thank you South America for everything you exposed me to and taught me!
Until next ...
... Then we went to Liberdade district which is a Japanese town and we had sushi!
Met (after directions from a professional tennis players, aka a random guy on the street) some of Aragons friends in Vila Madalena which was completely different to the last time I was there, much quieter this time and enjoyable in a different way! The places we went here were a lot better than on Friday night!
The cultural ...
... to learn so much, and that these people to take the time to meet with us.
For the last two weeks we have heard the terms global distribution tools (GDS), and online booking tools (OBT). Sabre is one of the top three global distribution systems. Travel management companies use this GDS to get all of their information on flights, hotels, and other transportation needs. Get There is an online booking tool ...
... a bottle of cachaca for me and some locally made coasters for Kellie. Everywhere we have gone on this trip, we have been struck by just how welcoming and generous people can be, unless they drive a taxi in Rio. Our third and final full day in São Paulo was taken up in part by doing the things that we had tried and failed to do on Monday. With our driving licences clutched firmly in our hands, we went to the bank and were this time allowed in, taking the lift up to ...
... Parade was going on so we had to hoof it to the hotel since Paulista Avenue was closed for the parade. I wouldn't call it a parade, it is just one big street party consisting of some very interesting individuals who like to listen to extremely loud music! So once I finally got checked in it took a while for me to figure out exactly how to get the power to work. Apparently you have to insert your key card into a ...