Travel Inn Conde Luciano
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Swimming pool
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Our esteemed colleague Tod Shockey from Toledo (the one in Ohio, not Espaņa) has a talk at USP tomorrow. So, me being not the one to miss an opportunity to visit my favorite city offered to serve as tour guide.
We left OP on the 6am bus, and flew to Congonhas ...
... a cash machine....no bother that the only working one is only about twenty streets away! After a mad dash to and from the ATM through dark streets and rowdy football supporters, we managed to get into the stadium only 15 minutes after kick off. The atmosphere was electric, and the home fans were going crazy, stomping and shouting at every pass (or so it seemed to me!). There was a percussion band in one part of the stadium and everyone was jumping and weaving to the ...
... One of their main goals is to gain passengers for the route São Paulo - Rio de Janeiro, the most profitable one, by improving their services by offering lower fares and adding extra space between seats. This week we have learned about the different factors that make the Brazilian market a unique one, apart from the invoicing culture, airlines such as GOL and the majority of hotels can not be find in GDS. This is a challenge for ...
... am (which would have given us no time) to 10am. We were fortunate to have both our bags arrive safely as two of the people from our group were sent to the TAM office where they learned that their suitcases were still in Miami!
Domestic flights are completely disorganized in terms of gates. After asking directions by many non-English speaking airport staff, Joel and ...
... of 20 or 30 wires on one pole, sometimes all in a "knot". It seemed an inidcator of an underdeveloped, not well thought out electrical grid. And just as curious (although not nearly as worrisome) was the concrete electrical poles. When Fernando told us that Sao Paulo was called the "concrete jungle" by Brazilians, I didn't think they made EVERYTHING from concrete!
A quick stroll through the supermarket proved to be fairly unremarkable. It ...