Quality Hotel Moema
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... All in all though it was great fun!
One of the not so great things about this week has been the effects of the drought. My apartment had NO water supply for a couple of days(I had to shower at a friend’s and buy bottled water) due to the drought that the entire city of Sao Paulo is currently experiencing. The World Cup obviously meant a massive influx of tourists and therefore higher demand for water, combined with the fact that the ...
... traveler. She highlighted the importance of thinking about the traveler as a human being. As the situation in Brazil is an unique one, the travel manager must take into account the characteristics of the new middle class, as probably these business travelers have never traveled before. In other words, if I am planning to tell people how to travel, I would have to know how to travel myself.
This last meeting has been outstanding! ...
... and was given by the State of Sao Paulo Symphony Orchestra, recognised as being the best in South America and which performs in London in October 2013. The concert was conducted by a very jolly, Taiwanese-born, American female conductor, Mei-Ann Chen. The programme consisted of Copland's 3rd Symphony, Britten's Violin Concerto, and Incidental Music to Medea by Barber. The soloist ...
... streets and visit important locations, as the Cathedral. Then we will drive through different districts in order to show different aspects of the city – Liberdade district (Oriental district), Paulista Avenue and the upper class residential areas of Jardins and Morumbi.
We got to see the Sao Paulo stock exchange, opera house and the St. Paul Cathedral. Fernando explained that in the Brazilian ...
... were fearful we would have to wait another hour and that the same thing would happen at the Argentinian checkpoint, we contemplated walking the 3 km but were told it was very dangerous because there was no walkway (they neglected to mention the 4m wide verge you could easily walk on). Thankfully, we only had to wait 35mins for the next bus and when we arrived at the Argentinian checkpoint, there was quite a group of us English speaking people and we shadowed that bus driver (as he had to ...