Ibis Budget Sao Paulo Sao Joao
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... in Latin America. She was one of those professors who all but hypnotizes you with the way they take you through the journey from many many years ago. She explained that Brazilians are known for their hospitality but in an organized environment that is seen as lacking as even though it is in their blood, 'serving' someone is subconsciously associated with slavery as the Portuguese settlers from many years ago brought people from Africa and sold them here ...
Hi everyone! We're sorry our blog isn't updated as much as we'd like we've just been moving around a lot recently. So on the 11th we caught the night bus from Paraty to São Paulo which was about 6 hours and arrived there at 5:30 (not really the night bus we had imagined). We stayed in São Paulo for one night and ...
We booked the courtesy shuttle bus from our SP hotel to the airport the night before .... thought we would play it safe & catch the bus 3hrs before departure. As we were checking out, I noticed the SP airport name was not the one which have flown in & out if recently. Oh **** ..... need a cab now, where is the airport? how far away it is ...... in the cab & he proceeds to inform us that it will be $350 reals /110kms away ..... ...
... airport's duty free shop when you come and visit me... Wine prices are just as crazy : 35 euros for a bottle of Corbières ??!!! I think I'm going to become a Latin American wine expert :)
Did you know that... Brazilians eat avocado as... a dessert or breakfast, in a sweet way (with sugar !) and my friends were very surprised to hear that we, the Frenchies, eat it with lemon and salt or even better, with a mustard vinaigrette as a starter !
That's it for now !
... what appeared to be the outer periphery of the city, we still trucked along the highway for another solid hour just passing by hills upon hills, horizons upon horizons, just blanketed with dwellings and clusters of skyscrapers and just a symphony of urban sprawl in all its congested glory.
The bus from Rio was relatively painless. It took about six hours, and I only slept probably two of them, but the ride wasn't half bad. There was air conditioning, the ...