Transamerica Prime - The World
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We arrived in São Paulo at around 7am and checked into our Ibis Budget hotel, which suited us perfectly. The room was quite small but had a bunk bed over our double bed which we could use for storage, a small TV and importantly was cheap as they only put their prices up the night before and of a game, rather than for the whole World Cup period like other places! Plus the buffet breakfast was only £3 and put to good use! São Paulo with 20 million inhabitants is a ...
São Paulo is so friendly for such a big city! Have enjoyed my tourist adventures here in Sampa, and have even mastered the Metrô & omnibus system by myself (even while having to ask for directions occasionally). Today's my last day in Sao Paulo; I've spent the last 4 days by myself, after being so graciously hosted by André, friend of Maya's. Maya & I had a great time meeting ...
... centre. On average the maintenance centre handles up to 120 aircrafts a year. They are currently busy to get a certification by the Federal Aviation Administration, the agency responsible for civil aviation regulation in the US, which enables them to serve international airlines, which will generate significant additional revenue for GOL. It was extremely interesting looking behind the scenes! We learned about the maintenance of the ...
... the trip. My real impression was that I travelled half way around the world to see another New York City. And to be honest Sao Paolo is very much like NYC, in just about every way, except of course that the majority of people don't speak english...uhhh wait a minute...I guess that could be said about NYC too. Anyway, the first time I was really "wowed" in Brazil was at Hotel Unique and their nightclub/restaurant Bar Skye. ...
... really cool and helpful guys. After discovering Sao Paulo didn't have too much to see other than Museums we went for a walk around Vila Madalena neighbourhood which wasn't too far from our hostel. After seeing some nice buildings, we stumbled across a Bruno Munari exbo at the Instituto Tomie Ohtake, really poncy not really worth seeing. We carried on for a few blocks and we found a street called Beco do Batman, really ...