HB Hotels Ninety
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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I haven't been looking forward to this day. Besides the fact that I'm leaving South America, it'll be a long day of flying and being in the airport. SCL Airport was pretty busy considering it was 5 am. There were lots of groups of school kids probably going on class trips. Looking outside of the airport, you can see the beautiful Andes Mountains as the sun rises. I waited at gate 20, the same gate that I've been going to throughout this entire ...
... by the time I go home or hopefully I'll be better at speaking Portuguese. I did not get an international plan through Verizon because I was trying to be frugal. I soon realized that Google translator would've probably been my best friend and I could've practiced more on my Duolingo App. Oh well, I gave some people a reason to laugh and smile today. ...
... for the day since it was still my birthday. Thinking that Sao Paulo's large Japanese community would allow for nice sushi to be found in the city, we headed to the little Tokyo of the city, Liberdade. After walking for hours on end in the district, we could not find a single restaurant at a decent price with food that we wanted to eat. We settled for a small AYCE sushi place on stop of some stores whose quality was poor, but we were so hungry we stuffed our faces there anyways. Lesson ...
... left and headed to Japan town. Sao Paulo has the largest Japanese community outside of Japan. Sushi was on the menu and lots of it! So much that we took half of it home and had it the following night. Tasty. Our Sunday stroll was through the wealthier jardins of the city. After some light shopping and a great coffee we were pleasantly surprised by the modern architecture and the high rises pleasant on the eye. We'd been in the city too long. It was time for the ...
... differ from a mass produced item, such as pencils, that is almost an entirely automated process. Towards the end of the tour Mr. Lobo discussed how efficiency experts redesigned their final production line to make their process more effective and reduced the total production days by over 60%. Back in 2005 they used to keep jet engine’s in stock. Mr. Lobo discussed how they incorporated just-in-time to eliminate this practice ...