Riema Paulista Classic Flat
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Sao Paulo
... day we found shelter at a market where we tried copious amounts of different fruit. Before we finished with one lot we had another one shoved in our face. We were happy to try them all but couldn't remember half if what we tried to be able to buy them. We bought a few for dessert that night.before continuing on our tour and heading home.
As it happened while we were there the tube staff were on strike, lucky for us we weren't affected by ...
... a 5 year old. We eventually pulled ourselves away from the show and headed home - the rain didn't stop for hours though so the walk home was pretty fun! With no umbrellas and nothing to cover ourselves with, we got completely drenched through to our undies. It was fun though - I've never been so carefree before about walking through the pouring rain getting soaked, but on this occasion because I was not on my to work or out to meet anyone, it simply didn't ...
... making our way home via some very nice shops. It was a shame the bags were nearly full and the bank account nearly empty!
The verdict on Sao Paulo? Although it has a bad reputation, we grew to really like Sao Paulo - the people from there are passionate about their city and really love it, warts and all. Brazil as a country is trying to address the staggering gaps between its rich and poor, and although it has a way to go, it definitely feels like it's heading in the right ...
... for a movie. We worked out that cinemas are generally in shopping centres, that often they change the title, and that when it says Dublado it means it is dubbed and Legendado means subtitled in Portugese Brazilian. So lots of English language movies and we saw The Impossible (about the Thai tsunami). In the process we also became experts on travelling the Metro - less than £1 a journey - good for a long distance, bad for a two ...
... India and China where most of the new world middle class is being created! The problem will be more i would think in India given India is such a poor country.
The rise of the global middle class:
Sao Paolo is indeed a huge metropolis! But one that I found it lacks character That is the feeling that I got. A big and spread out city with an abundance of tall ugly concrete ...
More great choices in Sao Paulo
Search TripAdvisor for more deals in Sao Paulo
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations