Mercure Sao Paulo Privilege
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... from throughout all meetings this week. After breakfast we went out and walked to the Batman Alley, which is a neighborhood with a lot of graffiti. Next we grabbed a taxi and went to a Japanese market – apparently Sao Paulo has the biggest Japanese community outside Japan. We had lunch there and with a menu only in Portuguese we took the chance and ordered something we hoped would be good and luckily it succeeded. One thing that is ...
... our James Brown burger in Belo Horizonte, our James Dean burger was disappointing. It had a big dollop of onion flavoured cream on it, and for some reason came with a side bowl of garlic mayo but nothing to dip in it. It was a bit gacky and overpriced. To be honest, even our foray into Brazilian fast food emporium Bob's Burgers was more successful gastronomically.
We had planned to watch Palmeiras, our adopted Brazilian football team, play on our ...
... 10+ hours is tough for anybody. Fortunately there seemed to be not an infant on the flight, aside from the creepy, emotionless korean family seated next to julz. Half worried they were sleeper agents alligned to kim jong, julian remained vigilant and avoided benny's "flightamins". Benny rested his eyes for 35 of the 40 hrs thanks to his mate Val.
The first challenge of the trip complete, i now set about resolving the quandry of my locked bag. Don't ...
We arrived in Sao Paolo around 7.30 and we were all exhausted. Georgie and I definitely did not sleep, I think I had about an hour. We took a taxi - they have a great system where you pay in a booth and then just give the ticket to the taxi driver. We drove to Tiago's (Paula's boyfriend) house as Marcella was taking a test this morning (she studies architecture). He let us in and then provided us with 2 mattresses in his ...
... conditions and his thoughts. For instance, most Brazilians are now more likely to get a cell phone than to get a new landline because running new landlines into rural areas is far too costly. The 3G service is ok but 4G is still very weak and althought the gov't wants 4G up by next year, Mo is skeptical. He went on to tell us tha infrastructure is still more of an issue. Roads need a lot of work ...