Mercure Sao Paulo Pamplona
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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... these famous Brazilian shoes, we were on our way to HRS, a hotel solution provider for corporate travellers. One big point that keeps coming up in each of our meetings, including this one, is that Brazilian hotels and even their airline, Gol, are not on the Global Distribution System (GDS) that most travel management company's (TMC's) use. Given that the hotels are independent hotels, it is just too expensive a venture for ...
... 160;Paulo the main concert hall which holds 1500 people and is apparently one of the best in the world. We couldn’t go in as they were practicing but they sounded awesome and the building is lovely. We headed back on to the metro which is very modern, very safe and very effective. It’s one of the better ones I have been on in the world. We got off at Paulista and had lunch nearby in a really good kilo restaurant. These restaurants ...
... him and with a sad look in his eyes he said he had not yet seen his daughter.She with her mother were in India.He had been trying for two years to get his wife a visa for the UK but to no avail.Here this poor chap was ,working two jobs ,paying taxes to the UK government,yet his wife could not join him.
We arrived in good time and my Tamil driver gave me a big warm smile, the trip has started.
Heathrow Terminal 4 ...
... we went up the 3rd tallest building in Brazil (and Sao Paulo), which was designed after the Empire State building. We only got about 5 minutes at the top, but the view was 360° of Sao Paulo- in perfect weather. After a quick detour via the same lunch place as the walking tour (and some more acai), we headed for the 2nd tallest building in the area- the Italia building. This was open from 3-4 for free and again, gave views of the entire city. There was ...
... being the one with the Rocinha favela, the biggest in South America, where the military entered with tanks a couple of years ago. Although it seems to me that it will just be a temporary thing the pacification of the favelas, atleast until the end of the Olympics. Time will show.
Brasil is certainly working towards the right direction but still has some way to go. It does provide free education and healthcare but need not stop there. It has to provide a ...