Ibis Sao Paulo Congonhas
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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking rooms
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... Our cab cost us about $15 US dollars.
When we got to our hotel, we realized we were in a business district and it was rather quiet but good because it was in the center of the city. We checked in and immediately got a map to begin our exploring. We walked over to the nearby mall to see if there was anywhere inside where we could go exchange money. The rate at the mall was the best rate we had seen all trip! $1 US dollar = $2.62 real. There was also a ...
... as well! The score was 3-1 to Brazil and I went back to the hostel soon after the game as I was exhausted from the journey.
Back at the Hostel, I got to talking to this Aussie guy who had just been to the game, he managed to get some tickets from a friend who knew someone in the Australian FA – Nice one!!
People from the hostel went out but I was knackered so I went straight to ...
... and the fact that there's a special by-law in S.P. to say that drivers do not have to stop at red lights because of the number of car-jackings in the city.
In fact, none of the people we met in S.P. could have been friendlier. Fresh off the bus a man stopped us to see if he could help in any way, we actually got escorted to the door of our hostel by a chatty girl who even waited to make sure we got buzzed ...
Topic: History and Founding of Apontador - leading geolocations site in Brazil
5:00PM After visits, return transfer to hotel
Dinner on own
Today started off with a visit to UNICA, The Brazilian Sugarcane Industry Association, where our speaker Luana Maia Oliveira gave us some very interesting background to the sugarcane industry. At first I was not sure what I would get out of this visit, but it turned out to be one of the most ...
... to make work identification cards, nutritionist, psychologist, storyteller, facials, manicures, hairdressers (note my sweet braid), discount glasses, consultation for vaccinations (legally the vaccinations must be given in a clinic/medical office), popcorn machine, ball pit and trampoline, face painting, prayer station, and two worship services. I've seen a few of these type of fairs before, but not generally with this many components of a person ...