About this listing
Our apartment looks like a house. We are on the ground floor, we have a back yard with some plants (we want to have a real garden soon), 3 bedrooms inside and one suite outside, laundry, a big kitchen, a living room with fireplace... well, a nice place.
The house is always with friends around, full of good energy and happy atmosphere.
We are students and researchers and we work with communications, education, antropology and sports.
Cable TV is available at the living room, wi-fi, smoking outside is fine, beer, vodka and wine are welcome… In the big kitchen you can make a special tipical landhome dinner.
We are pretty close to the middle downtown, close to Paulista Avenue, a few minutes walking from Aclimação Park, one block from the Japanese district...
Buses run at the corner with a very good schedule / timetable and we can walk a few minutes to reach the subway (blue or green line).
Contact us! Have fun, enjoy Sao Paulo!
OBS 1 - Before making you require, please let me know what are your plans to Sao Paulo.
OBS 2 - this is a house, not a hotel/hostel... so, there is no front desk, no room service, no butlers and maids. Time to check in/out depends on many things, those we can negotiate (it's horrible when we drink much more at night than we planed and someone in the morning knocks on the door telling you that it's time for check out - OMG! nobody deserves; that won't happen at HappySweetHome).
Also, there is no Mom making everything for the adult-babies, you may behave as in your home (ok, there is a lady once a week who cleans the house, the rooms, the bathroom, the kitchen, changes the bed linen and towels...).
3- we are very close to city centre, that means: we have supermarket, drugstore, bakery, butcher shop, locksmith, rich people, poor people, homeless, crazy people, beautiful people, street workers... every kind of things and people around. It's very safe. They don't bite!
4- I travel a lot - maybe sometimes I'll not be at home. If I can't welcome you or open the door for you, my friend who lives two streets up may do that in the best warm Brazilian way.
ah, and the most important: I dislike any kind of prejudice!