George V Alto de Pinheiros Hotel
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I didn't remark on the beautiful Brutalist concrete airport in Rio, but I should have. And I really regret not having taken any photos... While it is dated now, it is a fantastic example of the modern style of the time, with layered arches and an efficient layout. The airport was designed by Oscar Americano, the same engineer as the museum we saw today, who was also responsible for the highly engineered road connecting Santos with ...
... the taxi fare for a journey less than five(5) kilometres to my hotel, the ibis Indaiatuba Viracopos, was a vacation-spoiling price of R$76. The hotel staff were nice and the guy that checked me was very helpful – helped decide on wake-up call and time for the taxi to arrive. Wake-up call was at 05H30 and taxi at 06H00. Being an ibis hotel, they provide bar fridges but you have to buy whatever you need ...
Day 19: Sao Paulo
The last couple of days in Sao Paulo involved an all day session watching the rugby in an Irish pub with Brits, Aussies and Kiwis (great win for England over Wales to setup an exciting final match next week when 3 teams could still win the 6 nations), followed by a recovery day ...
Glorious Sampa Sunset Takeoff... almost home! The 19th most busy airport in the world is going to be great soon... new terminal, metro connection... woo hoo!
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... decides to explore the increased use of ethanol, Brazil is in the perfect position to step in and supply the demand.
The UNICA offices are in a very nice part of town right across the street from a very high-end mall called Iguatemi. We had a few minutes to take a walk through the mall and see all the high-end designer brands that we are used to seeing in the USA, albeit at a much higher price point. Brazilians love their American culture and brands, and it was ...