Estanplaza Nacoes Unidas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... the airbnb conference November 21-23 in San Francisco, let me know so we can meet up. I will, of course, be there!
Since my camera was broken and not replaced until today and I have not had time to go out much, there are not too many photos today, but I did catch a nice street play and discovered a new neighborhood that had some great affordable things I picked up including a hat for the Amazon ($7.50), a bright red belt ($5) and ...
... where she thought I should travel to next in her home country. I'd been thinking of Salvador, the major city in Bahia as certain friends back home recommended it but Livia reckons it's just another city and that I'm better off checking out the Southern Bahia coast from Porto Seguro, moving North, which she describes as a tropical paradise. Having been paid the last remaining wages owed to me, I immediately book my flight to Porto Seguro leaving the same evening as Aidan is ...
... So nice of her. Seriously the people in Sao Paolo are really hospitable. I would suggest people try to get to know Sao Paolo through some locals. They really love their city and there is a lot to see. They have a bit of a complex about the traffic and the distances (after all, 22 million people live there), but being from the SF Bay Area this seemed totally normal for me. I had a great time there. Four days was enough, but I enjoyed them a lot. And now I've also made some good friends ...
... and I still find them incredibly interesting), but it was really neat to see the expressions on some of my classmates faces who have never been inside a factory before, and had never experienced this level of automation before.
The next factory we visited was their Tylenol syrup and tablet production lines. As this was a sterile environment, we had to all get dressed up in sterile coveralls, hats, booties and for those with beards, face masks. Quite the ...
... and headed to the bus terminal. The Campinas people needed to take a different bus so they said goodbye and headed to their house. We got into our bus and when the lights turned off, I immediately slept. I was so tired that I slept for the entire trip. When we arrived in Limeira, we were kinda stuck at the bus terminal waiting for a bus so we decided to get a cab. Being home never felt so good.