Transamerica Prime International Plaza
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- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... We walked the busy central streets, past old buildings with Italian heritage (built by Mussolini) and crowded street markets. Didn't miss the opportunity to have my favorite Portuguese desert pasteis de nata, as well as a traditional mortadella sandwich. In the evening, we went for a moqueca (Brazilian curry with seafood from Bahia region) and finished the night at a nice rooftop lounge bar Skye with a great view over the ...
... the wonderful lunch we had with Isabela Perazza, International Sales Manger at Sheraton. She is one of the most inspiring people I met this week and also the responsible of making our stay at the Sheraton an unforgettable experience. Even though I usually don't like to spend much time in the hotel rooms, this time was impossible not to. Probably this was the most beautiful and comfortable room I have ever been to. The negative part about it: I ...
... follow. This huge city has only 4 metro lines and you can see that this is not enough! The traffic is a constant mess up to entirely filling a 2 x 12 lanes highways at pick time. You don't wanna drive there!
So not a lot of time spent there. A bit of salsa learning at nights with my host and some graffiti spoting in day time and I am off for a more quiet place.
... br> 6 x bigger thhan this one
Production is 6 days per week, 24 hours. Each 8 hour
shift gets 1 hour meal break and 10 minute exercise break (music pumped in by
speakers) Hourly change position in line to avoid fatigue
Use a lot of natural
light in place of electric, ac is 3 meters above factory floor to improve efficiency
Trophies in each factory, big deal to have intra company futbol championship.
Even have programs ...
... me if I was professional! We got back to the beach and Paraty is famous ("famous") for its muddy beaches and off we go in to the mud! Now it's lovely and all - I've probably spent lots of money doing it in a cosy little room in a spa but being so furry as I am it's not good! But I was a laugh looking like a creature from the blue lagoon! I arrive back burnt, that sneaky sun getting through the clouds and reflecting off the water - my nose ...