Gran Estanplaza Sao Paulo
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- Airport Transportation
- Airport Transportation
- Conference facilities
- Indoor pool
- Breakfast Available
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... when they are so close to one another, but I guess with such mass of potential customers it is not a problem.
Streda 3. prosince
Z Ilha Grande jsme si vzali lod do Angra dos Reis, mesta na pobrezi primo naproti ostrovu. Tentokrat jsme cestovali na vlastni pest, nepouzili jsme transfer od cestovni agentury. Ukazalo se, ze to je tezsi. Hned prvni spojeni autobusem do Sao Paula nam ujelo a museli jsme cekat dalsi 3 hodiny na ...
... the Pizza Hut we saw on the way to the terminal, but then we come across Olive Garden, and decide that is the way to go. Have a great meal at Olive Garden, I believe it is the first time I have ever been to one, and now we are able to check-in. We check-in to our flight and still have 3 hours until our flight, so head to the United Lounge, advantage of being Gold Member, to sit down and relax while we wait. Free drinks and food, so it ...
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 ...
... bit of Sao Paulo.
Main things from Paraty the second time around were: we met a sketchy guy from Colombia called "John Lennon" who was selling jewellery to pay his way around the continent, an irritating English girl who thought she would have to fly home after having drunk a can of Guarana energy drink (what a piker!), and a very lovely Argentinian girl called Veronica who gave us some recommendations for ...
... opening and one of my favorite visits of the trip.
UNICA is the largest organization in Brazil representing sugar, ethanol and bio-electricity producers. It was created in 1997, following a consolidation process involving regional organizations in the State of São Paulo after government deregulation of the sugar and ethanol sectors. UNICA members answer for more than 50% of all ethanol produced in Brazil and 60% of overall sugar production. The organization is run ...