Ibis Sao Paulo Congonhas
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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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I spent most of today at my hostel planning for the rest of my trip in Brazil. It’s getting harder and harder to do things at the last minute because I have certain dates where I need to be in certain places, and it’s a pretty busy time in Brazil, so places are filling up. I was able to get a lot done today though, so even though I didn’t see any of Sao Paulo, I am still happy with my process today.
I booked my flights from ...
... a cash machine....no bother that the only working one is only about twenty streets away! After a mad dash to and from the ATM through dark streets and rowdy football supporters, we managed to get into the stadium only 15 minutes after kick off. The atmosphere was electric, and the home fans were going crazy, stomping and shouting at every pass (or so it seemed to me!). There was a percussion band in one part of the stadium and everyone was jumping and weaving to the ...
... 160;because some of the them might have never heard the word "check-in" before. What for english speakers could be something obvious, for the rest of non english native speakers that could be a challenge. Therefore, GOL is trying to be a friendly airline in terms of providing "easy" instructions to travelers to make the process easier. Moreover, as food and drinks have been a highlight during this week, I should ...
... its pizza, claiming to be better than what you would find in Italy. The pizza was beautiful, in our opinion matched anything we´d had in Italy! The next day we left the Vila Madalena area and went into the centre of São Paulo. This wasn´t really anything to write home about and was pretty much a business district with lots of high rises and cars. Quick stop off in São Paulo done and we were ready to set off for our next stop, Foz do Iguaçu or Iguazu ...
... and destroy peoples lively hoods then cry fowl and wonder why the police reacted with such a heavey hand. Open protest is welcomed in Brazil. Blatant destruction and violence is not. If you get shot by a rubber bullet because you were throwing rocks at a heavily armed police officer or because you were looting a store or vandelizing a bank or business or were cheering on those who were commiting these acts you should not reacted as a shocked ...