Mercure Apartments Sao Paulo Nortel
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- Room service
- Multilingual staff
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... forces morning training. We ended up coming out the east side and attempted to head towards a metro station about 30min walk away to head to our next stop. This turned out to be tricky as the roads we needed to cross were 4 lane freeways! After some quick running, dodging, route changing and general chaos he reached the metro station via a building with a 30m Indian statue & the metropolitan cathedral. Our next stop was the Pinacoteca museum in ...
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... The upstairs bar was fully decked beside a 30m pool with amazing panoramic views of the city at night. We didn’t take the camera- and the camera from our phones did not do the view justice, but it was amazing- skyscrapers as far as you could see in every direction. There was also another storm building in the distance and there were some huge strikes of lightning in the distance. I ordered a wasabi mojito (which I now want the recipe for) and we stretched our expensive drinks ...
... the terminal. I thought: sweet there's accommodation in the terminal so I followed the security guard. He then walked over to an elevator and pointed to the floor next to it and said there you go. It wasnt quite what I expected but it was cheap and what made it better was that the security guards would walk past and keep and eye on me so it was probably one of the safest places I had slept. In the morning I had some breakfast (all I could find was a hamburger) and ...