Prodigy Grand Hotel & Suites Berrini
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the food you want, from salad to pasta to meat, and then they just weigh it at the end and you pay by the kilo.
We had a really good lunch, then took a walk through the Wall Street of Sao Paulo, which is the financial center for all of Latin America really, since Sao Paulo is the biggest city in South America. There are over 20 million people here, so the only bigger one in Latin America is Mexico City. ...
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... to keep going we turned back with no regrets, caught the subway and go off at station near our hotel. On the way from the subway to the hotel we stopped at the supermarket to by our stellar dinner. Mine consisted of chocolate milk and a banana. In the hotel lobby I discovered my iphone could access the internet here and made myself at home... For the next 2 hours. After my wifi binge I showered, packed my bags, got some more wifi time in and then went to ...
... differ from a mass produced item, such as pencils, that is almost an entirely automated process. Towards the end of the tour Mr. Lobo discussed how efficiency experts redesigned their final production line to make their process more effective and reduced the total production days by over 60%. Back in 2005 they used to keep jet engine’s in stock. Mr. Lobo discussed how they incorporated just-in-time to eliminate this practice ...
... club called Little Hell (or at least that´s what one of Fernando´s friends, who insisted on going by the name of ``Princess of Augusta´´, told me it was called). The choice of soundtrack was a little odd: one minute they were playing 90´s dance cheese and the next the dance floor descended into an inferno of grunge metal. We noticed there is a serious looking man dressed in blue uniform with big black boots and a cap walking round the club. Rather naively I assumed he was ...