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Thursday 7 April, 10.08am, the courtyard
There is an endless debate being held by councils across the globe. Graffiti: is it vandalism, or is it art? On one end of the scale, you have basic tags – some enterprising young idiot with a can of spray paint and the ability to scribble his name. At the other end, men and women who have …
Wednesday 6 April, 2.58pm, Pousada Dona Zilah
Welcome welcome welcome, to another year on the road! I'm your glamorous host, Susan the Happy Trotting Elf, and we’re going to have so much fun together, as I shame myself for your amusement.
So I’m going to talk about São Paulo, and everywhere I go, just like I always …
Well, it was certainly a long journey from NZ to south America, but after 17hrs (!!) I had arrived in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Commonly referred to as the business city of Brazil, the Paulistas have a reputation for chic bars and expensive lifestyles due to living in the slightly more wealthy south. Luckily for me I enjoyed unseasonably good weather …
We spent the last two days in Sao Paulo, financial center of Brazil, visiting my friend Charles. It's the second largest city in the world (after Tokyo) and showed it. We stayed at a modest, yet charming pousada called Dona Zilah in Jardims. The breakfasts were the best so far and included scrumptious items such as freshly made french toast dusted …
It has been two weeks since my last blog post and so I will try and bang out two quickly to summarize some of my recent experiences in Brazil. Last week, I visited a city called Ribeirão Preto. This city is located in São Paulo state and is slightly larger than Londrina. Ribeirão = small river, and Preto = black. There are approximately 400,000 inhabitants in Ribeirão, but it has a much larger feel than that of Londrina and is ...
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- Free parking
TravelPod Member ReviewsPousada Zilah Sao Paulo
Friendly staff, free wifi, beds not that comfy but food in the restaurant (both the free breakfast and the lunch/dinner you can buy) is really really fantastic. The area is nice and it's only ten minutes (sadly uphill) to Av. Paulista.
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