Etoile George V Jardins
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... pedestrians at all, they have a large amount of Zebrastreifen here, but they are totally meaningless! If I would walk over one I would be dead. They would not stop! While in Germany you have the sense that the ones with more power(cars) have to watch out for the lower powered entities(bikes and pedestrians) here it is the other way around. Cars over bikes over pedestrians and they have no respect for pedestrians. So I find myself waiting 5 minutes or so to get over one ...
Hi everyone! I have been absolutely useless with keeping this up regularly, so I apologise! I suppose my New Year's resolution should be to blog more frequently! In the month following my last blog, I really don’t have much to tell you about as I was mostly frantically trying to finish very long essays in Portuguese before term ended and sort out my life. There was a surprising amount of 'stuff’ that I had to do in order to be able to leave in ...
... officially legally allowed to stay here until January. Woooo! It was surprisingly amusing... I had been told that we(me and a Mexican friend who is also an international student at USP) would have to wait for a long time (3 hours plus) so we arrived prepared for a long wait. We sat down and after about 10 minutes one of the male attendants came over and said he had found us a place. We skipped the entire queue, wondering why exactly we were being given ...
... for clients. This company services benefit travel management companies, as well as their clients, by providing and organizing the data and expenses to clearly show all of the transactions dealing with travel. Brazil is an invoicing culture. They do a lot of work in collecting all of the payment information from the TMCs, banks, and clients to organize the invoices and expenses. An interesting aspect of this business is how much paper they use. ...
... Alex the facility manager and Christiane, the engineer. The class had a very interesting tour of the feminine hygiene production plant. It was a great exposure to industrial automation for production, packaging and boxing of the napkins and panty liners, all made up of non woven cellulose. 2000 cases with 48 units per case are assembled per day through robotics engineering. Yes, the robots have totally replaced humans ...