Crowne Plaza Hotel Sao Paulo
Travel Blogs from Sao Paulo
Tonight is Glenn and Ana's wedding. The reception is at the Crown Plaza Hotel in Sao Paulo. Today we did some last minute shopping at the mall and relaxed by the pool. Tomorrow we all fly up to Recife for a week.
... fog and waterfalls. no dramas with the trip back on the bus and train!! strait to Mexican near our hostel for dinner. Jess and I had frozen margaritas while Kate had a traditional margarita. pretty good food except for Kates cheese nachos- they don't know how to do cheese in Brazil so far. things escalated quite quickly when Kate decided to have a massive mouthful of the decorative red chilli from my plate. she can usually handle hot ...
... now, ALAGEV has 11 committees that are dedicated to topics i.e. new technology, MICE etc. Committee' members are from the supplier and buyer side and cover various industries. The most dominant is the pharmaceutical though. Committee members meet once a month in São Paulo, discuss the latest happenings and issues in their field and function as a think tank and research group developing content for the ALAGEV events.
Next to various ...
... in the mood for more meat but once I got seated and they brought it out, it was good, although I really ate much less than the night before. This place was a lunch place and clearly not the same "level" as Bovinu's but still, the meat was good and the service frequent. When I was done (I can't believe I'm saying this) I was looking forward to NOT eating meat for dinner. We wrapped up lunch and it was raining again. The bus driver brought the bus ...
... with their dogs, all inside
this flash as mall. It was kind of weird but I guess it is a sign that
Brazil is still in a developmental phase in terms of urbanization. This
is also reflected generally by the behaviors of the people I observied
and also the way they dress. It is ***********cretely describe, more of a
vibe you get. This impression is not helped by my friend and her sister
who constantly remind me that ...