Nikkey Palace Hotel
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For the most part my visit to Sao Paulo was uneventful but I did get a first-hand look at the size of the city. It's unfathomable how huge this city is....with an area of 1,532 square kilometres, it's bigger than New York! Next time I come to Brazil I will have to spend more time here and see some of the sites. For now, I'm glad I had a chance to see it and to meet Ulysses who will be my forever friend! ...
I really should've practiced my Portuguese more. Thankfully, the airport signs are in both Portuguese and English. Oh, you should've heard me try to order lunch at Starbucks! I accidentally bought two sandwiches which was silly because I know dois is two. My second attempt at speaking with a non-English speaker went surprisingly well and my result was that I can now charge my phone and laptop (I didn't know I needed a converter). I'm gonna be a pro ...
... took us right into a subway station which we used to end up at our hotel. Due to my poor navigational skills, we eventually had to pull out our phones and hope Googlemaps would show us how to get to the Artemis hotel, which my friend had found online at a very decent rate.
The city is large and noisy. The people are easygoing and very interested in tourists, especially those coming to see the world cup. After checking in and seeing our enormous room, I was allowed to call ...
... meant to see me at 'Republica' but I wasn't there and so she decided to head home. We now have a contingency plan for being separated by sliding doors. Together again we climbed the 42 storey Edificio Italia. At the top is a spectacular bar and restaurant with 360 degree views of the city. There was so much for the eye to take in. We celebrated with the cheapest beers on the menu. A live band filled the room with the sweet sounds of jazz. Everybody loves ...
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The tour of the plant was interesting but it was so loud in the factory that I could barely hear a word our guide said. The point of touring this facility was to understand products that require a high degree of customization and low level of automation (i.e. big ticket, low volume products) and ...