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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... the Brazilian market, HRS provides the traveller with a portal that puts online booking tools, the GDS, TMC's and independent hotels together, to provide them with the best possible option. This was one of those meetings where our hosts gave us so much information about a very innovative and dynamic company, that I couldn't quite digest everything until I silently meditated on it. And on our way to our next appointment at ...
... one of my favourite things about brazil. You get a huge selection of food and pile up what you fancy and then pay according to weight. It’s a brilliant idea, you get loads of variety (50 dishes) and if you aren’t that hungry you don’t need to get much. It’s always fresh and a really quick way to eat. Maybe we will open one of these in Brisbane to go with our Guatemalan Cerviche restaurant. After lunch we walked to ...
... quiet with only my flight to Amsterdam and the Paris flight to Orly departing at 6.30am. I found myself being body scanned through security because my pesky boots triggered the sensor, it is a strange contraption,kind of like those revolving toilet doors on the trains,and although it is not physically invasive it is visibly invasive.I am sure the security officer scanning the machine has seen some strange views as the x ray ...
... juggler at the top- juggling 5 balls at once- pretty talented. The observatory also gave us a good view of the storm that was coming, so we headed back to the hostel and made it just in time. There was more heavy rain, so I occupied myself with the Super Nintendo at the hostel (circa 1992 ish). It is scary how much Donkey Kong country I remember. So much wasted brain space.
Tuesday- February 19
A 6:30am start before heading to the bus station for our 6 hour bus trip to Rio. ...
... future for the educated people (not like Cuba where there is free education but no future for its educated people).
Otherwise you end up with protests and uprisings. You create a middle class, which is good, but which is not content with the current social situation of the country and demands changes for a better life. Same thing that happened in Turkey. This middle class has critical thinking and demands more.
Imagine what will happen in ...