Golden Tulip Paulista Plaza
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... of the Trail), but we struggled to see it. I found the downhill so much easier, although it took a lot of concentration to make sure I didn’t fall. I went off with the Dutch couple from our group (2 awesome people called Patrick and Esther) and we ran down the steps to camp in about 45 minutes. When we arrived, the porters clapped us into camp, which was embarrassing, seeming as they had done it in about 25 minutes carrying 10 times as much and having already set up the ...
... people, more than 2 or 3x bigger than London. We heard it called a concrete jungle a few times and many people say don’t stop
there unless you have to. But we didn’t have another option as there was no direct connection and also we kind of wanted to see how such a big city is like.
Thursday 4th December
In the morning we are really quite tired after a short sleep and just the thought of having to pack our bags and go ...
... I like the people in my class. I still get a little out of the loop when they all speak Spanish. I’m more and more aware that I fit a Kansas stereotype. The introvert in me is still kind of lonely, but I’m glad to have new friends to hang out with. The introvert time has let me think a lot. I don’t know about what exactly. I’m just constantly blown away by how this world can be so beautiful and so ...
Even São Paulo has the world's worst traffic jams, according to Time magazine, we arrived early to the first meeting where we met Mr. Walter Teixeira, President of TX Group. His company provides data solutions and documentation to corporate travel clients. Since so many companies are still using an invoicing system, and because Brazilian law requires a record of documentation for corporate travel expenses, companies work ...
... older people often have. We held candles and placed them in a circle towards the end of the ceremony. There were shrines around the courtyard to gods and goddesses (probably the wrong words) such as the goddesses of the rivers and seas, and also to Saint George (of the Dragon fame) who was seen as a protector. It was a very quiet and contemplative ceremony and seemed to be providing solace and comfort to those attending.