Travel Inn Park Avenue
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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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 ...
... where things become clear to her “ah-ha” moments. After the complexity of the discussions yesterday, these discussions about online booking tools and global distribution systems were definitely “ah ha” moments for me.
In addition, we also talked about open booking systems and the pros and cons of allowing the employees of a company to book their own travel outside of the travel policy. ...
... San Franciso. We found Lgo San Francisco but unfortunately not the church... Next we headed to Liberdade! Known for its very large Japanese population (apparently the biggest outside of Japan). The streets very definitely more asian. The lampposts were littered with chinese lanterns and there were a lot of Japanese shops and food places. Strangely enough the eating places do buffet styled food per kg. Having promised Rach lunch here, we found a place ...
... etc - a pleasant change from carne, carne, carne. Home for another nap before some club time at D-edge. Despite our best efforts we didn't get inside the club, arrived at 12.30am and by 1.30am still not inside - the line was huge and not in a hurry to move. We decided raiding the mini bar and bed was a better option and headed back to our hotel. Friday 8th Nov '13 A fabulous sleep in and then last birthday surprise for Mr Moo, a ...
... and destroy peoples lively hoods then cry fowl and wonder why the police reacted with such a heavey hand. Open protest is welcomed in Brazil. Blatant destruction and violence is not. If you get shot by a rubber bullet because you were throwing rocks at a heavily armed police officer or because you were looting a store or vandelizing a bank or business or were cheering on those who were commiting these acts you should not reacted as a shocked ...