Ibis Santo Andre
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... about so much ease in today's era that you could book a ticket while getting on a taxi to the airport.
Here comes the "Big Guy" – BCD Travel. Something, we all have been waiting for and trust me, they did not fall short of our expectation. They had a beautiful 4 floor office with a spectacular view, open space for employees and there were many motivational quotes painted on the office walls. The team at BCD was well prepared – we ...
... la télé et manger pour nous réconforter. En plus avec le match prévu le lendemain, je voulais garder mes forces pour pouvoir jouer. Nous dînons seuls purée oignons et biftecks car nos hôtes rentrent plus tard du boulot. Samedi toute la maison s'est levée assez tard. À midi les hommes se sont préparés physiquement et psychologiquement. Les filles allaient regarder sous une pluie torrentielle. La pluie est devenue ...
This morning we woke up and went out to view the streets. We walked up to the famous Avenida Paulista. Now for those of you not familiar, this is SP equivalent to 5th Avenue in New York. We walked through many streets, seeing buildings and cafés and restaurants and more buildings! It's almost like being back in London! The tour was fantastic. it was a free walking tour, definitely advisable if you ...
... a train strike-amazing traffic everywhere. we stumbled across some food markets in a bid to reach the football museum. they had some pretty tasty pastry pizza-the locals loved it so we gave it a go. by this stage we decided to go to the football museum-which originally was our plan for another day. walking distance away right? no no 5km and we had no idea which direction. cab was the best option! the museum was massive, situated in a massive stadium. so interesting, a shame that 90% of ...
... the process into a production line environment. The jets would be moved via a robotic tug from one station to the next, and the people and tools would be waiting for it's arrival. They also leaned out the entire process removing anything that unnecessary from the area. After implementing these changes, they were able to get a jet off the line every 8 days - a remarkable improvement.
It was easy to tell that our speaker was very passionate about the company and the ...