Gran Estanplaza Sao Paulo
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- Airport Transportation
- Adult pool
- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
- Indoor pool
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... the game on my computer for a few hours. It was a good time to talk to all the family as well and see how nervous everyone was coming up to this game. I know I was a nervous wreck, and I think everyone else was too.
Since we couldn’t reserve a table at O’Malley’s we decided that we were going to show up three hours before kickoff to see if we could get a table then. Well we didn’t. I met Andrea, Graeme and Hillary ...
... one of the BEST PIZZAS EVER in a place called Braz - perfection! The following day we did a quick tour of the city including the large market, went up a tall tower and then through the Japanese area before heading back to the bus station for a 15 hour ...
... short staff) we were left without a room for a good 2/3 hours. So we went exploring. In the rain. Up the road. To a bakery. This was the good part as we had empanadas and cheesy rolls and caramel cupcakes. The bakery's here are much better than at home. Then we trudged back through the rain to our hostel to resume out wait. When we were finally let intro our rooms we decided to try and make the most of the situation by asking the hostel staff what we can do in ...
... were treated as good as employees in the most developed nations. Although the host wasn't sharing (or didn't know) salary information for the plant workers, he did confirm that these were all "middle class".
The tour ended with a video about the company and their sustainability efforts. The host at this point was Hemana and Marcella was her assistant. Hemana has been with the company for 6 yrs
Remarkably, when she started she did ...
Sao Paolo station taught me an important life lesson. Never go to subway and especially not if the server speaks Portuguese and you don't. Cue cringe moment of 3 subway staff shouting at me, growing backlog of customers and me trying to list some sandwich ingredients in Spanish - seems pointing at food items is not a sufficient form of ordering here.
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