Hotel Trianon Paulista
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... he right. Because I was flying standby, I wasn't allowed to check-in until 1 hour before the flight which forced me to then run across the airport to catch my flight on time. After running in an airport with no airport I realized, wow I'm sweating haha. But thankfully I caught my flight and made it! Back to America I go! And I was about to say goodbye to an unforgettable and memorable trip. Thank you South America for everything you exposed me to and taught me!
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... in Sao Paulo, but at another university. We've plans to go to the beach. It's a one hour drive from Sao Paulo and despite it's winter over here, it's still 26 degrees, so I'll have a dive in the sea!
Now I'm in my room, but I have to move, because the cleaner wants to clean my room (yeah, don't have to cleam my room or the apartment for half a year!) I'm gonna have a walk in the neighborhood!
... not trust their employees on how they are going to spend their money. In this case, Ms. Mendes mentioned the importance of understanding their culture; having a credit card was and still is a luxury and people have to learn how to use it.
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