Othon Classic Sao Paulo
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... these famous Brazilian shoes, we were on our way to HRS, a hotel solution provider for corporate travellers. One big point that keeps coming up in each of our meetings, including this one, is that Brazilian hotels and even their airline, Gol, are not on the Global Distribution System (GDS) that most travel management company's (TMC's) use. Given that the hotels are independent hotels, it is just too expensive a venture for ...
... all. They were striking for a payrise, originally asking for a 35% rase but said they would settle for 10%. It was definitely a case of knowing they were in a position of strength with the World Cup starting in a few days time.
The next morning we had to be at the airport. We had a few hours to kill before needing to be there so we walked round the neighbourhood where we were staying. Wed found a nice cafe. They were into their coffee in ...
... the end of our beers and thinking about heading home, as we watched some angry storm clouds close in from the mountains on both sides and pour over the city. It was fun to watch their domineering draw in around us and so so exciting when the thunder and lightning started. We don't really get fork lightning at home, and on this occasion it was happening literally right in front of us, so I was reacting to the flashes of light and claps of thunder with the ...
... blonde friend and was intent on interrogating us to find out exactly where we were staying. Or Davide, who stood way too close for comfort and proceeded to cover my face with a large smattering of saliva after every spoken word. And Nilson, a Japanese resident with THE MOST extravagant laugh I've ever heard and who's essentially a real life version of 'The Hangover's Chow. There were many many others too. It was an unforgettable night for all the wrong reasons. I chose to ...
... they were built and what style they were etc. We saw many of the main buildings, churches, theatres, government buildings and plazas of the area and learned about the history of ‘Old’ Sao Paulo and how it has developed over the years. Much of the city was ‘run down’ in the 60’s and 70’s and many companies moved to another area. Some really nice buildings became favelas at the time and one in particular was overrun for many years. Ricardo told us ...