Quality Hotel Jardins
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... vaguely dancing in time(ambitious I know). The club was in a neighborhood called Vila Madalena which has lots of bars and clubs, very popular with USP students - it’s the kind of artsy, hippie, where-it’s-at area. Lots of the walls are covered in graffiti... some of it is incredible! The only downside was that the main choices seemed to be beer or something much stronger with a spirit called Cachaša which is a bit like vodka(I don’t ...
... need to be redeveloped as the purchase of corporate travel is changing. Companies like Concur and Google Room 77, have stated the desire to "reinvent the supply chain".
After lunch we went to the Anhembi Morumbi University where we met Professor Elizabeth Kyoko Wada, We had the pleasure to listen to her for 3 hours while she encouraged us to think out of the box to consider all the different services that can be supplied to ...
... had been my neighbours in Lobito, Angola, when Alexandre and I both worked for the Benguela Railway Company. The last time I saw them was in Sao Paulo in 1985 so it was marvellous to see them again.
Alexandre drove us into the city to the Sala Sao Paulo, a former railway station built by the British which had been converted into a concert hall.
The concert began at ...
... following day we got up early to get to the Argentinian side as we had read that it would take a whole day to see these. After waiting an hour for the bus we finally got to the Argentinian border, and although we had read that you don’t need to get a Brazilian exit stamp all the foreigners got off the bus to get a stamp so we thought we better be safe than sorry. Foolish us. The bus does not wait. Even though we took only 2 minutes the bus left as soon as everyone was off we ...
... to where we were expecting. With time ticking we were unsure what to do! The hostel staff were able to call the bus company for us and confirmed that they were correct we had to get the bus from Tiete but we later found out that the bus stopped at both stations so we would have been OK either way. Our first overnight bus in South America was certainly more comfortable than any coach in the UK but it wasn’t the cama or semi cama we had been looking forward to, perhaps next ...