Ibis Sao Paulo Interlagos
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
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... of these kinds of laundromats over the last 11 months, and I usually pay between $5-8 for the load of laundry to be washed and dried. Not in Sao Paulo though. Here, for some reason, it cost me $23 for a load of laundry!! I have no idea what the heck could be costing that much, but since I’m currently wearing my last clean pair of boxers, I didn’t have much of a choice.
After getting over the surprise of how much it cost me to ...
... to be okay despite its immense size and lack of this things to do. I think if we'd stayed there for a shorter length of time, or if we hadn't majorly overspent previously our stay would have been a bit more interesting! Unfortunately Priscilla was working full time (Brazilian full time, so often 9am until 10pm) and so we didn't see that much of her. We did manage a few family meals though, including her niece's first birthday party. But that's maybe a story for another time...
... a hotel snob. This week ended the best way possible: perfect weather, a bike tour in the Ibirapuera Park and a stop by one of Niemeyer's famous structures, the Auditorium. Niemeyer is considerer to be a key figure in the development of modern architecture. This week has opened my eyes to see the corporate travel industry from different perspectives. Having the opportunity to compare completely different destinations such as Dubai and ...
... a heavy homeless presence... Thankfully our hotel wasn't too far from the metro and we checked in hassle free, albeit with two passed out people on the opposite side of the street and several 'street girls' eyeing Adam up. Now I've lived in South Africa, Manchester and London, so I'm not naive that there are homeless people out there. Hell I have even volunteered at a homeless shelter and had midnight conversations on the pavement in ...
... cause or outcry of injustice for the simple pleasure of mindless destruction. You cause more hardship than the general complaint and do nothing to promote social justice. It is destruction for the pleasure of the act, nothing more and it's sad. Sad to witness and such a waste of energy.
Face down a tank, unarmed and face unmasked like the brave protester in Tianamon Square and you have my support. The pissants I saw in Sau Paulo did not deserve ...