Slaviero Executive Jardins
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We it was a walk to t the metro... to the Pinacoteca, then a walk around downtown until the rain... then the metro back to Zilah's
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... city's party hotspots; Vila Magdalena, a hipster area whose streets are lined with bars, and Baixo Augusta, a grimier street full of slightly dodgy clubs.
One Saturday evening we decided to see a football game, as the SPFC (Sao Paulo Football Club) were playing in their home stadium, tr Morumbi. We took a taxi to the stadium, where we realised we had come without any cash and, you guessed it, the tickets couldn't be paid for with card. Easily solved, right? We'll ...
Today we visited GOL - Linhas Aéreas Inteligentes - headquarters. The offices are formed by a group of small buildings, all belonging to different departments. The feeling I had during the visit was of being in a small town in the middle of a big city with its own airport. Ms.Claudia Carvalho, Corporate Sales Coordinator, gave us an introduction of the company and their willingness to be the best airline for travel, work and investment ...
After an 8 hour flight from Miami, we arrived at Sao Paulo GRU International Airport at 5:30 am.This international airport needs major work. Almost no one speaks English and the signage is horrible. Unloading baggage took over 1 hour and many passengers missed connecting flights. We were told that this is not unusual. Fortunately our flight to Iguassu had been rescheduled ...
... 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 ...