InterCity Premium Berrini
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- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Continental Breakfast
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... professionals like ourselves. At the end of the meeting, she asked us to email her with any feedback that we might have about how she can do things differently. And that question in itself revealed the secret to her success.
Dinner was at Braz, a Brazilian pizzeria, because apparently Brazil is also known for its pizza's. Thankfully, one waiter here spoke fluent English and we were allowed to crash in the way that I am all too used to now.
The next day we had planned a huge day or walking and sight seeing to see as much as possible in the inner suburbs surrounding the centro area. First up was Parque do Ibirapuera about 2.5km from where we are staying. It’s a large park with museums, monuments and lakes. It’s a lovely green area to escape the urban sprawl & pollution of Sao Paulo and very much reminds me of Hyde Park in London. We did a circuit of the park going past ...
... with a little English you find that hand movements and pointing takes over- everyone was very friendly and I got there without any trouble.
The zoo is your typical zoo with maybe more monkeys, snakes and spiders but all good- it must have been the school excursion day because the place was swamped with school children.
The Botanical gardens was first established in 1928 and was interesting - it has a very good rain forest board walk which was ...
... of course!)
We caught our first night bus at midnight and celebrated Nayan´s 29th birthday! Some of the guys we were travelling with bought Nayan some chocolate as a birthday present (Hershey's with Frosties!), which melted as Nayan spent the entire journey sat on it! Ooops, not sure I want to have it now...
Our driver was mental and managed to do a 6 hour journey in 4 hours. We stayed in the Sao Paulo ...
... ve heard that Rio can be expensive and so we want to have enough funds to enjoy our last week away) which involved cooking ourselves dinner on most nights. Unfortunately the ingredients we got from the local supermarket were more than dubious and as such our meals were somewhat underwhelming, to put it nicely. The steak we used to make steak sandwiches was like chewing rubber. Communicating is very hard as ...