Othon Classic Sao Paulo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... juice but much richer, with a slight taste of chocolate. Apparently acaí berries are very nutritional and contain so many calories that people sometimes have an acaí smoothie instead of a meal!
I have had yet more daring adventures with public transport in Sao Paulo, mostly because my sense of direction needs work. I tried to get a bus to go and look at a potential apartment, missed the first three because like ...
... differently. My room had a classical theme, Ana’s had a modern theme, and Maria’s had a Japanese theme. Not only was I impressed with the rooms, I thought the service we had here was the best we had so far on this trip. There was also complimentary breakfast, and free soda, alcohol, and sandwiches in the lounge in the evenings. It definitely was a treat to stay here.
After our lunch she showed us the meeting spaces of ...
... That afternoon we visited Johnson & Johnson’s campus also in Sao Jose dos Campos, Brazil. J&J was kind enough to provide lunch, which we ate outside in the beautiful Brazilian winter air (65deg F and sunny – so harsh!). The campus is huge and includes the manufacturing of various hygiene related products using highly automated processes as well as various pharmaceuticals utilizing batch processes that only use ...
... growing accustomed to for the past several days living in rural little towns or on tropical island paradises. Despite this, São Paulo is actually the place that feels most like home out of everywhere we´ve been so far.
On our first day we walk around the historic centre. Very little of the colonial era remains and there is none of the old style of architecture we might have expected of a historical centre. Everything looks very 20th century: too old to ...
... so also spent a lot of time doing research and determining our accommodations for Perth and what we were going to do next.
Sao Paulo was also the place we planned to receive a box of supplies and medicine from home. Our friend Lisa had coordinated for it to be shipped via DHL to a Regus business center. We had become a "free" premier member of the Regus chain prior to leaving home so we chose an address in Sao Paulo and gave it to Lisa. But fate conspired against ...