Slaviero Executive Guarulhos
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... by all means quote it to me, chapter and verse. But the reason I thought of it was because I now think that version of heaven would be supremely uncomfortable. Give me pillowy clouds any day. I resisted all temptation to being back a kilo or ten of stunning rock crystal or quartz egg, much to Graham's relief. See, I can be a good wife sometimes. On the way home we stop by the ceramics school that Faroukh attended and saw the most pristine ...
... grow outside of South America, particularly with their EKOS brand which are eco-friendly products. Overall, our first day was full of new experiences & learning regarding business in Brazil. The evening was capped off with dinner at a traditional Churascaria, where I ate way too much, but hey, it's part of the experience! I have to admit the food is quite amazing & well flavored. Also, the coffee is just the way I like ...
... a metro to our hostel. I think the metro is the largest in the world and it is also extremely clean, modern and efficient and many subway stations look like air-port terminals, including the travelators (flat escalators) between connecting lines.
We got a little bit lost on the way to the hostel and needed to pull out the map twice. Within a couple of seconds each time, someone had stopped to help us. I Googled some information on Sao Paulo and apparently it was voted the ...
... coffee (yum yum) and hot chocolate. I had eaten enough to sink a battle ship.
Earlier that morning, I had mentioned to Juliana that I wanted to buy another pair of Havaiana's (flip flop's to anyone who doesn't know what they are). They are made in Brazil so must be cheaper. To my surprise, she told me there was a Havaiana shop just down the road so we headed on down there late morning. Oh my god, I was like a kid in a sweety shop. ...
... the rest of my time in Brazil. I can imagine that things were pretty great for Americans 3 years ago though when the exchange rate was more than double what it is today.
There was a light drizzle as I walked the 3 blocks to my hostel from the bus drop off spot. This cold, wet feeling followed me around my whole time this visit. I'll be honest that I didn't give Sao Paulo much of a chance on this first visit. After the hangover of Buenos ...