Transamerica Classic Opera
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... is an electronic board with up to date information on how much tax has been collected across Brazil this year, It is a huge amount and the number keeps growing as more is collected. Brazilian's hate it as it shows how corrupt and useless the government is as they have so much money but don't use it well. After the tour we headed to the main market which is quite posh and reminded us of the central market in LA. We tried the ...
... out that we'll barely be able to give the Costa Rica tickets away. Chris' mate Nick invites us to an expensive meat only Brazilian restaurant for lunch and I'm happy to go along to try to sweeten Karen up a bit. My fate is sealed with the Italy result, meaning of course that the Costa Rica game is well and truly dead rubber. We decide to re-change the Miami flight but as you might expect, the £400 pound man doesn't even want to know with the tickets anymore. ...
... We spent a lot of time walking around and taking the train between the various different suburbs. One of them was a popular area for art and street art, one was the main CBD with lots of old buildings, another area was for nightlife etc etc
This was a building 35 storeys high and we were able to go right up to ...
... of Cajamar, São Paulo, which is a Brazilian cosmetics company which we also did a case study on in class. Natura has a door to door sales model, the same as Avon, focused on Latin America and they are the largest in Brazil. This was a massive campus with very beautiful architectural features. There were onside memorials to represent the indigenous tribes of Brazil and a railroad that ran thru the campus previously which connected two towns.
Natura has ...
... this was not a typical cross-section of Sao Paulo residents, and was proven right over the next two days.
Ironically, this is because the residents of SP are what makes the city. Sao Paulo doesn't have the natural beauty of Rio; it's the epitome of concrete jungle. There are high rise blocks as far as the eye can see. It even fails to offer the attractions a big city should have. The food market and football museum are about only ones of note. Yet there were a whole ...