Sao Paulo Airport Marriott Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
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- Tennis Court
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... to taste his way through the menu. Blood sausage excluded, that was my final choice and it was delicious too. Well sated, we and are about to leave but the Iran v Argentina game is on the big screen in the bar area. It would be unthinkable to miss this game, so we settle down, digest the meal and watch Ramin cheer his team on and writhe in agony in turns depending on how Iran was doing. After returning to Farokh and Kamran's place ...
... m hopeful that the US can institute similar initiatives because sugar is a sustainable source because oil is not. I can't echo enough how impressed I am with Brazil's commitment to sustainable energy sources, and how they respect the environment--really expanded my perception of this wonderful Country.
Our second visit of the day was to Apontador, an Internet Company based in Brazil, closely compared to Google. The CEO Moacir Kang, who ...
... told was 'where the Brazilians go to celebrate carnival- a less commercial local celebration!
... I will say my mind was blown as everyone discussed their desires for changing São Paulo and what they thought were São Paulo's major challenges. As I listened to the politician's responses, my first thought was where is the money for all of this? Repeating this question to a colleague, he responded that my thought was very capitalist. He continued with a response along the lines of residents are not simply consumers but citizens ...
... have shook the officers hand as he drove by, we were that close, yet, he was going at such a speed, I barely had time to comprehend what just happened. I was left defenceless. All I could do was press my imaginary clutch and brake; a fruitless exercise if there ever was one.
After the road-rash-cum-destruction-derby esque experience that was driving in Sao Paulo, I was relieved to be standing at the doors of the Champs Elysées ...