InterCity The Universe Flat
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... but I needn't have worried as BA produced a boarding pass for me without a problem.
Into the lounge for a glass of wine and a salad and I was somewhat surprised to see a 'hurry up' sign on the departure board 40 minutes before we were due to go. But it was because we were leaving from a C gate so my rush to the transit was a little uneccesary because there was still a 10 minute wait once I reached the gate.
The Iberia flight left on time. A big club class ...
... boys look like they can drink and they keep refilling her glass with beer. Ryan learns that Roy is not really Roy, his name is Ross. Ryan is totally confused as he thought when he was introduced to the 3 Rs the night before his name was Roy. Ryan invites a local guy to sit next to him for a chat. Ryan practically pushes him back of the seat when he is approached by a camera man and reporter from the associated press media company for an interview. ...
Today we walked down avenue Paulista which is one of the most important streets in Sao Paulo's downtown. This street houses several huge business buildings, colleges and museums. We were heading towards the offices of Iteology partners to interview Ian. This financial services company was founded in 2002 and has grown in a quite impressive and agile manner.
... city of São Paulo.
We arrived at our next visit, Apontador, and were met by the co-founder and CEO, Moacir Kang (He told us to call him Mo). Apontador is an Internet technology company consists of two sub-companies, Apontador Search (the Bing of Brazil) and MapLink (the Google Maps of Brazil). It was interesting for me to find out that companies such as Bing and Google actually utilize the Apontador databases for their search capabilities, and that if you use any ...
... 8217;t turn for whatever reason. The security guard looked at my ticket, looked at me, looked at the ticket, looked at me, shook his head and used his pass key to unlock the gate. On I went, more stairs and more hallways before I found the track for the train going in the right direction.
I took it for one stop, got off and walked more halls and stairs to transfer to another line. Which I never found. I was thinking my trip to Brazil was ...