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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... lights up when someone talks about wine.
... days, he used to pronounce the name of the local Vasco da Gama goalkeeper Bile as Pile. Hence, a classmate of his gave him the nickname Pele. He played in the days before South American’s jumped on the gravy train that is European football spending the majority of his career at Santos FC so much so that there is now a museum dedicated to their most famous son.
The museum cost B$9 (£2) each. I was surprised at this amount but didn’t argue and ...
... that I was Evangelical Christian (read: not Catholic), and she replied with, "Oh Rosa’s Evangelical!" and Rosa replied with, “Eh, kind of. I just go to whatever church is closest, Catholic or Evangelical. My daughter is Evangelical, but they let her wear pants to church. Do they let you wear pants to church?” … Apparently the big difference between Catholic and Evangelical to some people is that Catholic churches let women wear pants, but Evangelical ...
... I’m told it gets crazy right before big holidays, or, ya know, before the World Cup. It was chaos. There were so many people. Everyone was trying to sell Brazil-themed everything. To add to the crowd, I’m convinced the noise makers this year have gotten louder. The vendors decided to display this for us. -_- Really though, it was fun. We bought a couple things and then headed back on the subway. The subway is a thing in ...
... right next to the downtown area. It was also the scene of a large airplane disaster in 2007. While attempting to land, an Airbus A320 jet skidded off the runway and into a building across the street killing 200 people. The site were the building has now become a memorial and a reminder to everyone of the accident, however the airport is still in daily use, and has been nicknamed "The Aircraft Carrier" due to the relatively short runway. There are three airports in São Paulo, ...