Ibis Budget Sao Paulo Jardins
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Hotel is simple and clean
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To be honest, I was quite worried about my stay in Sao Paulo as I heard all this horror stories about how dangerous this city is. But I have to say I felt pretty save. I only had one scary incident when the tax driver didn't find the bar I was looking for and kicked me out of the taxi in the middle of nowhere :-(. Anyway, I survived Sao Paulo ...
... d have thought the government would've tried to tidy it up in preperations for the world cup, but maybe that is over another side of the city and just hoped that noone would venture this far in. Gringos are very light on the ground around here.
After watching some weird interpretive dance thing at what I assume is the modern art museum we grabbed a drink at an outside bar and watched the world go by. We discussed if we had ...
... dancing (even if they weren't all of the same ability). I realised that in the uk when we go to a club, the dancing is so secondary all too often to the drinking, getting dolled up and taking photos of yourselves all dolled up. Yet in Brazil, in this club at least, it was completely different. It didn't matter what you did / didn't drink, who you came with or what you were wearing. All that mattered was that you were there to enjoy the music and have a great time on the dance ...
... two thousand hours of practice, at least I'm starting to build up mileage really fast. Although the light at the end of the tunnel remains a long way off, I definitely have made a lot of progress.
Tonight I'm going to a free party in Vila Madalena with most of the other American students. I imagine there will be some great stories and pictures to go along with that. For now I leave you with a few photos I took from my apartment window and in yesterday's tour of the downtown.
... a metro to our hostel. I think the metro is the largest in the world and it is also extremely clean, modern and efficient and many subway stations look like air-port terminals, including the travelators (flat escalators) between connecting lines.
We got a little bit lost on the way to the hostel and needed to pull out the map twice. Within a couple of seconds each time, someone had stopped to help us. I Googled some information on Sao Paulo and apparently it was voted the ...