San Michel Hotel
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... loves to dance, and the guys don't need Dutch courage to ask a girl up.
The football seriously hindered our touristing of Sao Paulo as we kept getting distracted! Especially the Mexico v Brazil game, which whilst not held in SP lead to a major street party in Vila Madalena. We made the effort to walk to the centre & the Fifa fan fest, only for it to close due to overcrowding as we arrived. Perhaps that wasn't a bad ...
... a disgusting smell. Afterwards we headed to republica square to find some lunch but there wasn't much there so we took the underground to our next planned stop in Paulista and had lunch in a shopping centre close by. This area was a big business area with high rise skyscrapers and a lot better than some of the areas we had walked through. Not long after lunch had settled we were on the move again, our last stop of the day was one Steve had been ...
... TX is busy developing similar systems for car rental services as well.
Surprisingly, the adoption rate for OBTs in Brazil is very high (80%) – something completely different from its neighbouring countries. Particularly Argentina and Peru are reluctant to use them due to culture. Concur was apparently the first who entered the LATAM region. Nowadays there are also GetThere and Amadeus, particularly popular among multinationals; but there are also local ...
... can't be fulfilled pretty easily. Natura is currently also in the process of building a new plant to expand their operations, and the new plant would be three times the size of the existing plant. They do not have any plans to close the current plant, as the new plant would purely be for added capacity.
The next stop was at the Natura employee center. Natura is definitely a company that takes care of their staff, as their employee center consisted of day care ...