Ibis Budget Sao Paulo Jardins
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Hotel is simple and clean
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... it was probably the most interesting exhibition venue I have ever been in. Retaining the original features, with each patient room being an separate artist exhibition space.
The exhibition was a mixture of Brazilian and international artists, none of whom I recognised, but some pretty interesting stuff.
This is the East London esque area of the city, with antique shops, ...
I realise that when you are on a pilgrimage you must focus on the main game but yesterday I broke the feast and had a football free day and some time on my own.
I set out early and tried the Sao Paulo metro system - all worked pretty well and for B $6 I got a return ticket for a journey as far as Gungahlin is from Tuggeranong. I was able to use my little Portuguese to some benefit but when you get the combination of one person with a little Portuguese ...
... was fantastic and it made a nice change having a bottle of wine instead of a caipirinha or beer. We met up with Eliot at his hostel for a few more drinks and called it a night.
We took advantage of a late check out and enjoyed a delicious breakfast buffet and another soak in the private jacuzzis. The rest of the day was spent lounging around the hotel; we were feeling too lazy to do any more sightseeing. Before catching our nightbus ...
... then deep-fried in vegetable oil. Not particularly healthy, but particularly tasty.
Next we stopped by the impressive Sao Paulo Cathedral. It was situated in the heart of the city centre, and since it was a holiday the only people out and about were hoards of homeless people. Living in Toronto and visiting many large cities, I have experienced this part of city life, but never on this scale. Makeshift tents ...
... has access to mobile data, and with 3G and 4G services ramping up for the advent of the World Cup and upcoming Olympic Games he sees a giant growth opportunity staring himk in the face. Apontador's partnership with VIVO Telefonica the largest mobile data provider in Brazil speaks to his vision of growth in this market. It will be very interesting to see what Apontador and Maplink have planned for the future of mobile ...