Travel Inn Moema
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
- Microwave in room
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Many people had told us not to bother visiting São Paulo, they said it was a huge industrial city with nothing to see. However one of my old students from the school in Manchester where I used to teach had offered to meet up and show us around the city. We had made plans a while back and so we were really looking forward to it, but as per usual, the weather held us back. The rain was so bad that Tiago said "let's do what every Paulista does when ...
... 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.
... the door.
Next stop - NATURA
We were hosted by Henrique. He guided us through the tour, explained the business model and talked about the employee experience at Natura. Some notes I took while on the tour:
Direct sales model, started in 1954 by founder, 1974 had
7 employees and started the direct sales model. Now, they have 15 distribution centers, 8 in Brazil
7K employees, 5K at this site. Opening another area ...
... more people from the walking tour. Despite it being a large city, we'd still managed to bump into the same people! The street part wasn't quite what we'd expected carnaval to be like (no parades and music), but nonetheless lots of great people having a good time is clearly what the event it all about.
The next day we headed to the Museo de Futebol, housed in a beautiful art deco stadium that is also home to the Corinthians team. It's always nice to visit a museum ...