Mercure Sao Paulo Nacoes Unidas
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... name...). It was of course in Portuguese so at several points I found myself surrounded by people laughing, having no idea why as I had completely missed the joke (although my friends did kindly attempt to explain in hushed whispers!).
I also went to the Museu de Arte de Sao Paulo on Tuesday which was amazing as I got to see some incredible artists work – there was some Van Gogh, Matisse, Manet, Picasso, lots ...
After the three of us had a little nap on the sofa in the pretend lobby we pulled ourselves together and decided to make the most of being in the city. Even though we had only been in Sao Paulo for about 5 hours it felt like a life time. Our bus trip and metro journey felt like years ago, rather than that same morning. First thing, we were hungry, and when we are hungry we are grumpy so we headed to the supermarket. scrambled eggs, cheese and salami were on the cards. We had ...
Today we met with Atlantica Hotels International group, which has many hotels (including the Raddison we are staying at and the Clarion we visited as well). I was most impressed with the Clarion Hotel. In the US, Clarion is seen as a budget-friendly hotel. It is not fancy and is not seen as a major player in Business Travel, but the Clarion in São Paulo is very different. They are a very nice facility with luxurious hotel rooms and corporate long-stay apartments. ...
... They start at 6 months because they also grant 6 months of paid maternity leave after mothers' have given birth I think that Natura has taken a page out of Southwest Airlines book, and really put their focus away from manufacturing and more so on keeping their employees happy which can be seen in their wall of fame through excellent retention.
Overall I was very impressed with Natura as a company and the way that ...
... words he knew in English but did he really think i didn't know it was meat? And, having visited Quebec a lot, I incorrectly assumed more people would speak some English in Brazil. WRONG! It makes sense with the poor public education system, but I had become accustom to people from Quebec and Europe just switching to English as soon as I spoke to accomodate my lazy, monolinguistic butt!
Stuffed with meat, back to the hotel for some sleep (I need it!).