InterCity Campobelo Plaza
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... made the largest airline in Brazil, TAM to reduce prices as well to compete with Gol to be the emerging middle class’ preferred airline, which is one of Gol’s biggest current and future challenges. They are now trying to personalize the flight experience further by for example allowing pets in the cabin for domestic flights and toilets only for women. This is of course an attempt to differentiate themselves to airlines like TAM. Our next appointment of the ...
... of years of art about and by Brazilians with African heritage. It has a huge amount of stuff paintings, photos and sculptures, the only shame is it's solely in Portuguese which meant I couldn't read any of the descriptions
For anyone who is a football fan the Pacaembu Stadium and National Football museum is well worth a visit. With a number of interactive areas, a couple of shrine like ...
... winning 5 World Cups will do for you I suppose! Being the financial hub of Brazil, São Paulo is a very modern city but the tall skyscrapers that dominate the skyline are in my opinion, no match for the beauty and spirit of Rio. Not that the money hungry workhorse population seem to care very much. Unfortunately, in contrast to Manaus which was literally living for the World Cup, the vastness of São Paulo seems to have swallowed some of the fever of ...
... The weather wasn't great again, but we didn't mind so much as we were underwater most of the time. Another evening of R&R with an omelette for dinner and a few games of rummy (I kicked Nayan's ass)!
After checking out of the hostel, we made our way down to the pier to catch the boat back to the mainland for our transfer to Paraty. While killing time waiting for the boat, we decided to try some Acai - sorbet made from Acai berries from ...
Over the last few days we have met with a wide variety of experts on the corporate travel industry within Brazil.
One of these meetings was with Fernando Marcomini, Director of Sales at Radius Global Travel, who provided us with a market update of TMCs in Brazil. Similarly to the other countries we have visited, Brazilians place a strong importance on face-to-face communication. Fernando recommends that corporations have a travel manager on ...