Travel Blogs from Sao Paulo
... 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 ...
... was one that I could have continued asking questions and listening to the stories of these professionals for hours. I really enjoy sessions like this.
The second meeting of the day was with Elizabeth Kyoko Wada from the Universidade Anhembi Morumbi, which is a Laureate International University. Similarly to Alagev, Elizabeth is very passionate about the tourism industry and was happy to share her insights about ...
... something! Your city cannot smell like pee when the Olympics come.... To get out of the city we went to Villa Magdalena, which had been recommended to us by the Chill Inn owner. This area was far more what we are use to and does stress the fact that what you see in the city isn't always what the actual people live in. This beautiful tree leafed suburb had streets filled with alfresco dining with amazing decor. It was a gastronomic delight if we ...
... phone can push you a promotional offer for your favorite pizza. Or if the traffic for your route to work is heavy such that it make more sense for you to work from home in the morning. A mobile application would automatically recognize this to help you quickly reschedule your staff meeting and rebalance your work and life schedule based on your known preferences.
So this all sounds great but is there a cost? His answer is essentially no because ...
... on New Years Eve. It would be to be sent back to Lisa in Seattle and shipped to Australia instead.
To rid ourselves of the disappointment of dealing with the package and needing to wander, we decided to just head downtown. Without much in the way of research, we chose a landmark and hopped in a taxi. It turns out that we found our way to the main street of downtown Sao Paulo, which was blocked off for the New Years Eve celebrations. The massive size of the city ...
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