Ibis Budget Sao Paulo Paraiso
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... horrible rush hour traffic Sao Paulo has introduced something similar to congestion charges. Basically once a week you can not be in the city during the rushhour times, so you either have to be leaving the city pretty early and come back during a no rushhour time or not use the car for the whole day. I found this quite extraordinary, but given that Sao Paolo is a 18 million megatown its actually logical and makes a lot of sense.
Caspar showed me where he works(which ...
... building, and we also liked the CCBB which is a cultural centre in an beautiful old bank, all coloured glass and gleaming brass. It houses exhibitions and also has a cinema and theatre, but it seemed to be between shows when we were there.
We had lunch at the municipal market, where we were served two of the largest sandwiches I have ever seen. Both had about a pound of meat on them, ham on Paul's and dried beef on mine. Picking them ...
... travel market and how their association helps to bring knowledge and professionalism to the industry after the opening of the Brazilian market. During this meeting, we had the pleasure to interact with two travel managers Ms. Fabiana Araujo and Ms. Alba Mendes and learn more about their roles within their companies.
They mentioned the importance of treating travel differently, as it has a crucial role when managing the ...
Arrived at Guarulhos Airport, Sao Paulo, at 05.30 local time after an 11 hour flight. For the largest city in South America with 15 million inhabitants, not an impressive international terminal.
Reset watch because Sao Paulo is 4 hours behind BST.
Left 30 minutes late at 09.00 on TAM flight to Lima in Peru.
... the Rights of the Child, by the children. It was so neat. The teens and kids spoke about their experiences in the realms of health, education, environment, etc. Environment and education were the most animated circles. To hear the kids speaking about their reality and how it contrasts with an equal experience of the declared rights. The educators were then collecting the chlidrens's responses to send to the local, state, and national bodies ...