Mercure Sao Paulo Privilege
- 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 results would have been drastically different.
Next came the final. If anyone is not sure on just how much Argentina and Brazil don’t get along, let me tell you: Brazil has never been more aligned with Germany than during that Futebol game. And this was after they beat us seven to one. We really didn’t want Argentina to win in our home. Heck, even I was cheering for Germany (Which I don’t ...
Sao Paolo...not somewhere I particularly enjoy but going to the semi finals of the World Cup has to have its cons I suppose. Back in the Concrete Jungle we felt we knew what we were doing...we had after all been here before, a rarity when it came to our time in Brazil.
As is quite typical with any competition there is 2 Semi Finals...given my support of Germany and our location, Brazil we thought we ...
... me a place to stay in the center of the city. Romulo speaks decent English and turns out to be a great host. Romulo, Pam and I went to Via Madalena, the hip area of own where most tourists stay and sought out live samba. We weren't very lucky as there was little live music. Just lots of tourists and locals drinking beer. Kinda boring in my opinion. Pam left around 11pm and I stayed with Romulo for another beer or two before going back with him to his house. I was gifted my ...
... of the city when rushing around in taxis. Naturally though, we stayed in the posh neighborhood of Jardins that is home to one of the most expensive shopping streets in South America, Rua Oscar Freire. People here are rich, as in generations of owning Brazilian pineapple plantation rich, not new movie star rich. The huge homes of this area are surrounded by high fences topped with electric wires, guard houses, and ...
... decides to explore the increased use of ethanol, Brazil is in the perfect position to step in and supply the demand.
The UNICA offices are in a very nice part of town right across the street from a very high-end mall called Iguatemi. We had a few minutes to take a walk through the mall and see all the high-end designer brands that we are used to seeing in the USA, albeit at a much higher price point. Brazilians love their American culture and brands, and it was ...