Ibis Budget Sao Paulo Jardins
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Hotel is simple and clean
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... us had expected, but then again, how could I expect this, I met these people a few hours before. There were many congratulations and lots of speeches which was followed by cake.
After dessert, everyone strted to leave so Rod, Sam and I decided to go and meet Bruno out in town, despite it being about 2am in the morning already. We met him and some friends out in a bar and had a few quick beers before deciding that it was already too late to do anything fun, so we came ...
... was great, with lots of English fans singing loud and proud although the Uruguay fans outnumbered us 2-1. Well we all know what happened in the match, typical England... But towards the end of the game fights broke out between English and local Brazilians, perhaps Corinthian fans. It seems that the local hooligans, which Brazil is famous for, were intent on proving their toughness against the ...
We were flying to Sao Paulo today. We had breakfast in the hostel again then Steve and Kerry went into town to change some left over pesos from Argentina. We got a very rubbish rate as their currency is not worth much at the minute and nobody wants it. Once back at the hostel we arranged a transfer to the airport and was all packed and ready to go. Our flight was different to Jo's as it was full by the time we had got around ...
... TX is busy developing similar systems for car rental services as well.
Surprisingly, the adoption rate for OBTs in Brazil is very high (80%) – something completely different from its neighbouring countries. Particularly Argentina and Peru are reluctant to use them due to culture. Concur was apparently the first who entered the LATAM region. Nowadays there are also GetThere and Amadeus, particularly popular among multinationals; but there are also local ...
... cameras on all the buildings and houses. It reminded me of driving through areas of Johannesburg or Cape Town in South Africa. We had been warned numerous times that São Paulo is not a safe city, and it showed in the amount of security that was present.
As we were little early and had about an hour to spend, we stopped at one of the shopping malls in São Paulo. What struck me here was that everything was priced with installment prices. I asked Fernando about ...