WZ Jardins - Lorena Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... arrive, I was finally able to shut the voice up. I realized that I was genuinely excited to learn about corporate travel in Brazil, and not just for my job but simply because I found it fascinating.
And fascinated I was! Turns out, the Brazilian market is a mix of Japanese and Brazilian culture and Alatur JTB was built on the foundation of both of those cultures. The TMC was also affiliated with Hog Robinson Group (HRG), a company we learned ...
... from Brazil, a fact room, Old balls & boots, interactive football and a speed gun to test your penalty speed. I was in heaven; I couldn’t believe what footballs use to look like back in 1900. How people headed them I will never know. Zoe and I managed 74kmph & 84kmph respectively for our penalties. There were some school kids there and they must have loved it, it was a much better school trip than going to some Victorian museum ...
By 4pm I had boarded my flight to Munich and was delighted to see that not only was there no one in the seat next to me, but there wasn't anyone in the whole row of the plane, so I was able to spread my stuff out and relax for the 12 hour flight. I knew that the Munich temperatures were in the 20's and 30's, so I sadly said goodbye to the warm Sao Paoloan weather and got my coat and scarf handy.
6:00AM Breakfast at hotel, Restaurant Amaranto
§ Full day private coach and English speaking guide for business visits within city limits (bottled water provided on coach)
§ 9:00AM Depart Hotel
§ 10:00A-11:30A: UNICA - Brazilian Sugarcane Industry Association
Speaker: Luana Maia - Institutional Relations Coordinator
Topic: Overview of Ethanol ...
I have never felt so small before as when standing on Avenue Paulista with concrete masses towering over me for miles in every direction. This is the largest city in the Southern Hemisphere - a fact that does not surprise me whatsoever. We went to the top of Edifico Italia which is one of the tallest buildings in the city, and clinging to the handrail 46 stories up in the sky, marvelled at the sea of grey beneath us... Sao Paulo is ...