Ibis Santo Andre
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... which is cool, but the sunrise is pretty bright and the dimming isn't enough. Overall, we thought it was really comfortable and smooth. The pressurization difference was what we noticed the most and that was amazing. Almost 9 hours of restless sleep, cramps, and boredom later, we arrived in Sao Paulo. Brazil has had us worried since we booked this flight because of their visa rules. We were unsure about the need for a visa ...
... children slept on the plane. And weren't scheduled to be on the plane to South Africa with us - we weren't in the plane when the truck hit it - the hotel has good wifi! - we get to charge all our electronics - I get to catch up on my blog writing and photo posting And my favourite: - better to be on land wishing you were in the sky than in the sky wishing you were on land. I think that's all I've got.... Send us your positive thoughts. Hopefully SAA gets their **** together and were on our way ...
... 8217;t been doing anything in the past two games, which is not meant to be an insult to him. The kid’s been crowded constantly since the start; it was only a matter of time before someone hurt him. But the point is, we’ve been kind of playing without Neymar for a while. More worrisome is the fact that we’re also losing Thiago Silva, who has also been doing pretty well and got yellow carded in the last game. Between losing those two we might have some trouble. ...
... there was going to be a big party, and we would be part of it.
Looking over the edge of the balcony the few people I could see on the streets far below were all wearing Brazil shirts or Brazilian colours of yellow and green. There are flags hanging from balconies everywhere. It's not like in Britain though where the more flags you see, the closer you are to a hotbed of racism and UKIP support. Brazil's national pride is embodied by support for their ...
... tourists. One of the main specialities of Brazil are pastels, which are a tiny bit like pasties, but filled with really tasty things. We shared one stuffed with crabmeat and parmesan, and one full of the salted cod that Brazil is famous for (bacalhao). Greasy? Check. Salty? Oh yes. But very, very tasty. Afterwards we bought a big box of strawberries, in an attempt to balance things out a bit.
That night we had free caiparinhas at the hostel (enough that we couldn't hear ...