Prodigy Grand Hotel & Suites Berrini
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Room service
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Finally it has all started. Hard to realise that I will be away from home for 6 months and I must admit on the first day here in Sao Paulo I was culture shocked quite a bit. This whole place just differentiates significantly from the Western World and it is really interesting and amazing to notice these differences.
My flight was very decent, some small turbulences, but other than that I can not complain. Swiss Air was extremely punctual, there were no delays ...
... squash. I have yet to find what I would call “proper” juice. A dish which is very common here eaten by most Brazilians for lunch every day, is rice and beans (not the Heinz kind). My Brazilian friends were explaining that these are the staples and you add cheese, meat, salad etc to make it ‘more interesting’. They also eat a large amount of pizza, in fact pizza here is said to be some of the best in ...
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... English we ordered delicious meals and were able to convey to the sommelier what wine we liked and she picked an excelente vino branco that went with our meals. Can I just add that by this stage of our trip Josh & I are becoming experts in hailing taxis and somehow making them understand where we need to go & I also now have an amazing collection of hand written notes of addresses in my handbag to boot. Saturday 9th Nov ...
... a self-imposed prison.
It is hard to see what is owned or ran by the state and what is private. One thing they do have is an immense municipal sanitation workforce. It is a shame the city appears so dingy despite the level of effort that goes into keeping it clean. Apparently Sao Paulo has a wide range of environmental problems surrounding waste disposal.
While at Itaś, our speaker Gustavo Lopes Rodrigues outlined ...