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- Continental Breakfast
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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
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... paragraph. The next day was no different, we wandered around the city centre, through plazas and a few museums. The most poignant observation we made, was how sketchy the whole city felt. The supposedly nice square in front of the cathedral was home to the most homeless people I've ever seen in one place and we felt pretty nervous walking through it. Unlike the rest of Souh America where the poor people are just trying to get by, the poor people ...
... out for food (by this time the rain had stopped) which was decent then got back to the hostel for free caipirinhas at 9. This is supposed to be a party hostel but it is distinctly lacking in party. A couple of guys turned up for the free drinks then buggered off again so there was only us and a Dutch girl and a German guy who don't know each other but rolled into the city in preparation for some internship thing. We played Hearts for a while (it seems a ...
final day in SaoPaulo...or so we thought. as much as we love SaoPaulo we were pretty excited to be leaving today!! we woke up, had brekky, then started packing and went to do our online checkin-which is when we realized our fight was tomorrow. this was a massive let down-we were a bit over SaoPaulo. we tried calling the airline to get on an earlier flight and even found an apartment on airbnb to rent. sadly we were unable to change our ...
... slowest growing. According to Elizabeth, it is actually Colombia, Chile and Peru, which are booming markets at the moment. The Brazilian economy heavily depends on agriculture (no 1 exporter in meat) and natural resources (oil, minerals). As a result, a lot of business travel goes to far-off regions, where TM is a particular challenge. Another great part of corporate travel is made up by government travel. Yearly government travel budgets account ...
... which I thought also took away from his credibility. Anyway, he did throw a lot of information out there and talked about the crazy interest rates of the past and was well aware that the "good" interest rates currently that were in the double-digits were not going to impress (at least not in a positive way) American visitors. When he started, he was talking about only one interest rate but apparently there are more than one that comprise the ...