Howard Johnson Faria Lima
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room
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... my hotel. I got a pepperoni pizza, and while it was loaded with pepperoni, it wasn’t really all that different from pizza’s I’d had before. It was good, but not the best pizza I’ve ever had. I’m starting to think the pizza here has been overhyped. I’m not too bothered though because I’m going to bed now and when I wake up tomorrow it’s going to be my favorite holiday of the year, Super Bowl ...
... 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 ...
... to reduce costs. I wonder if low-cost and high level of services can coexist in the space of the airline industry. GOL is trying to provide the best service with their pre-flight, in-flight and post-flight experience to be able to compete with TAM, the biggest airline in the Brazilian market nowadays. As we learned from our previous meeting with Professor Elizabeth Kyoko Wada, the new Brazilian middle class requires much more information ...
... to told us it wasn´t up to much. However, we were plesently surprised with the Vila Madalena area which was considred the bohemian area of the city. There were lots of lovely cafes and restaurants, boutique, retro and independent shops and lots of art gallaries. We enjoyed looking around the gallaries and looking at the street art which was amazing and in abundance. That evening we went out and had pizza. There is a big Italian population in São Paulo and it is ...
... and 1am on the weekends. In concert taxi prices go up 20% as soon as public transit shuts down. In addition, lines to purchase a ticket, which is only one way, are extremely long especially during rush hour. Hundreds of people waiting for 6 ticket windows to open. Only 3 were ever open at any time while we were there.
I would be hacked off too.
However, it does not give credence to a bunch of young jackasses to run amok and ...