Grand Plaza Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Hot tub
- Non-smoking rooms
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... my snacks. From a rest point with toilets at a clearing (by which point it had stopped drizzling), I had a relaxed walk with Eun-Ok, Mary, Wes and Danny up through the ‘Cloud Forest’. We had some amazing views and went through some Incan tunnels, making the most of Wes’ selfie stick. The lunch site was a place called ‘Phuyupatamaria’, which translates as the “Town Above the Clouds”. We were kind of in the clouds (you could not see for the ...
... better than in Italy, because there were many Italians (and a lot of other nationalities too) who immigrated to Sao Palo in the last century.
Friday 5th December
We didn’t manage to do very much on this day. In the morning we went to look for Batman Alley, which is basically an area decorated by good street art. Rest of the day spent by going between different bus stations and making sure we get a place on a bus to Foz do Iguacu in the evening. ...
... 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 ...
After the best night's sleep and a trip to the gym, it was time to check out Sao Paolo. Ana and I met with Maria Stevens, Senior Regional Manager for ACTE Canada, and the ACTE staff member who will accompany us during our week in Sao Paulo. We had breakfast together, filled her in on everything about Dubai, and made a plan for our day off in Sao Paulo. It was nice to get ...
... and was given by the State of Sao Paulo Symphony Orchestra, recognised as being the best in South America and which performs in London in October 2013. The concert was conducted by a very jolly, Taiwanese-born, American female conductor, Mei-Ann Chen. The programme consisted of Copland's 3rd Symphony, Britten's Violin Concerto, and Incidental Music to Medea by Barber. The soloist ...