Comfort Suites Oscar Freire
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I stayed here for 3 nights after a long haul flight from Europe. Great location, 40 mins by taxi from the international airport & near to subway and walking distance to Ave Paulista boutiques, museum of modern art etc
Junior suite was good size, clean & with modern decor and the restaurant produced a good breakfast. There is also a good size gym and rooftop swimming pool.
recommended for short stay
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The next day reality set in. England were out and there was no cake and beer for breakfast. Being in São Paulo for 3 days and mainly partying, it was time to do some cultured ****. We headed to an art museum with an exhibition of a Japanese artist. We queued for 1 hour to get into the museum and then another hour to get into the exhibition. During this time my hangover and tiredness really kicked in and I listed many of the things that I disliked such as ...
... is doubt that you can probably find whatever you are looking for here.
The weather during our stay was a little soggy. We have had fantastic weather on the rest of our trip with the exception of a bit of rain in Buenos Aires so I guess if it had to rain I am glad it was here and not while we were on the beaches. As a result it was also quite cool in the city (~20C). I guess one could say that SP was helping to acclimatize us back to ...
... with Whitney from ACTE, who coordinates our stay here, and Louise, the VP of BMO Spend & Payment Solutions from Canada.
We first went to São Paulo's largest park called Ibirapuera. It very much reminded me of NY Central Park – lots of hills, greens, lakes... It was just a little more exotic with people selling fresh coconut water. We strolled around for about 2 hours. It was great fun watching paulistanos (inhabitants of São Paulo) ...
... first expansion. During construction, they essentially build plant buildings in an alternating pattern but add the mechanical infrastructure underground so the when the are ready for growth, the infrastructure is essentially in place.
We also had a presentation covering the development of the Egos product line which focuses on natural ingredients taken from all over Brazil. Natura works with the local communities to extract the resources needed for ...
... It was a blue sky day and as I was finishing up my lap around, I decided that I was in desperate need of a hat. With my travel hair and the lack of sunshine in my life, not to mention, the previous 12 generations of Miller's, the Brazilian sun was not my friend today. Need something shady to do.
Ugh, I have resorted to ...