Ibis Santo Andre
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... calls in any country. That is in a Nokia 360, as I have been recommended the GPS and offline maps in it as a good back up. I put a big SD card in it, so may use that for photos and am using it for music.
This is being typed on a google nexus 9. This will be my internet, GPS, video, photo, books, guidebooks, music, dictionary and video phone.
I have bought and subscribed for a Delorme satellite tracker. That shows everyone where I am, has search and ...
... about it! (Yes, I will be fangirling over soccer players for a while.) So, worst case scenario, Brazil comes in already sad, Germany scores early, Brazil gets sad and stops playing. Slightly better scenario, Brazil slacks, Germany scores early, Brazil figures stuff out and starts playing better. Best scenario, Brazil comes in with their heads in the game and Germany has a bad day :D. Wow that was a lot of soccer. So who’s ready for game day? Other things in my life ...
... mere metropolis status. SP is the real magalopolis.
Debs advised me and Aidan do a walking tour of SP so we could get some orientation although to be honest that was never going to be easy in just a few days in such a massive city. We went to a main square and joined about sixty others on a four hour traipse around down-town. The tour guide said she had never had this many people on a tour and said the city felt very different due to the influx of ...
... from the Romantic movement. I did a sketch here as well.
On the final day that I left, I visited the Choque Cultural or Culture Shock (also free entry). This was a small place that had exceptional street artists displaying their work. It was inspirational to see art that was out there and fun.
As I mentioned before, I was taking things slow and noticing the small details of life. I started collecting the different patterns ...
... people increased. Outside the main church there were dozens of homeless people and a couple approached the group. At one point a guy was standing right behind Sebastian and me, aka, 2 very touristy looking people with a backpack filled with phones, wallets, passports, ipods and a camera. There was another guy who came along for the tour and each time he managed to distract the homeless people and get them away from the group. Ricardo also informed us where was safe and unsafe- ...