Ibis Sao Paulo Morumbi
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- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Multilingual staff
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... outskirts to the Bus terminal in the north. Depending who you chat to Sao Paulo has anywhere from 12m – 30m people living there (This depends on where you base the edge of the city on). While it is a horribly built up, concrete wasteland the inner suburbs and central area are actually quite nice and pleasant. Sao Paulo is a lot less dangerous than Rio for foreigners because the Favelas are a long way out of ...
... market's stalls were already filled with antiques and handicrafts vendors as well as swarms of people shopping, eating, but mostly just hanging out, by the time we arrived early afternoon.
As the day progressed, we managed to catch not only live music and dancing throughout, but one of the most energetic Capoeira Rodas we have seen, all popping up around the surrounding streets and plazas. In the market's central food court, we stopped to sample ...
... I didn't get up to too much today. Just ate, slept, hung out with Willian and got treated like royalty. I guess what goes around comes around, as I did a few favours for him and he was able to repay me in this way and save me. I had a great day with them and got a lot of rest. I was content now knowing that the nightmare was already over but a bit over it as I was meant to already be in Cuiaba soaking up the world cup. But that was to ...
... I have never seen or tasted this fruit before and it was quite unique and delicious. I also tried a Brazilian specialty called Bolinho de Bacalhau which was a type of fish cake. It was also quite good. All in all it was worth the visit!
As our flight back to Canada was later that day we headed back to the hotel to grab our bags and to catch the bus to the airport. Who knew that one more adventure awaited us?! When we arrived at the ...
... the most advanced frequent flyer programme called SMILES. According to our host Claudia, GOLs client are up to 55% corporate clients. The most popular routes are Sao Paulo – Rio de Janeiro. Currently GOL dominates Brazilian airport slots and the future FIFA airports. GOL is also the official sponsor for the Brazilian Football Confederation. The main competitor of GOL is TAM Airlines, as mentioned earlier GOL is not on the GDS, TAM has been ...