WZ Jardins - Lorena Hotel
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... using whatever available utensils are handy as their instruments, though the music seems more varied than ever. The joie de vivre remains and has seemingly grown. Comparing the stroll down Avenida Paulista during rush hour to one in New York, there is a relaxed, very peaceful, and almost quiet, quality to the crowds, so unlike the manic stressed out folks in New York or other US cities running from one hectic appointment to the next. However, there are some ...
... and get us in without queueing. We leave our spot in the queue we've worked so hard for, to stand as close tot he bouncers as possible. They only want to let one person in at a time. I can't understand why. Lou goes in, jumping the queue and tells us to wait for the bouncers to say we can too. I don't think this would work in the UK as we can't even speak their language (and definitely not in Berlin, where they just hate you for being English) so I'm pleasantly surprised to ...
... this progress, and hysterically funny. Once inside, they showed us the chemical and syrup mixing lines (which unfortunately were in the middle of changeover and were not running), as well as some of the Tylenol tablet making and packaging lines, again highly automated. Our guides also gave us a lot of information on how they track quality and performance on their lines, as well as how they handle some of the many challenges they face on a daily basis.
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... uncomfortable. The free set that the airline keeps on hand, they hurt even more. So there I sat for about three hours, then the joints and the gluts were aching. Then I thought that international flights should at least have free beer and wine. The drink cart went by twice and the dinner cart went by once. No offers for adult beverages though. Out of no where, the girl next to pulled out an airplane sized bottle of wine. I followed suit and got ...
I still can't believe that I am actually in Brazil. It probably has to do with the fact that the first city I am visiting is the biggest city in Brazil, which is very metropolitan. Now since the city is so big, it takes a while to explore the city. Luckily I met a fantastic Brazlian couple in Amsterdam two months before I left. They happen to live in São Paulo and have been really kind ...