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Travel Blogs from Sao Paulo
Although the majority of these travel blogs have been written as close to the announced date as possible, it is also true that many I have written are in fact a recounting of events that occurred what only feels like years ago. I'm not going to lie. This blog is one of those and so if the events seem hazy, ill remembered and inconsistent with our typical goings on it is very very likely I have made it up in ...
Woke up late, still not enjoying the city. So we decided to grab breakky at the hostel then hit the street so for some wandering. 3 hours later with some tired and sore girls we came across a fresh food market... That's about it. A very grumpy Kate, Kathy and Jess almost went for a full hour without speaking as we were starting to get over this city pretty badly. So we asked a local hotel what was fun to do in São Paulo. He said.. "There's a park?" Didn't give us much ...
... the party atmosphere of Augusto street (like the Brazilian version of Soho) with a huge street party vibe – we’ve never seen so many people drunk in the street on an average evening before, apart from perhaps Salvador!
Without doubt the highlight of the week though was the traditional Brazilian “churrasco” we were treated to at Fernando’s parents’ house. An ...
... we SHOULD feel safe. It was a funny moment when we asked for directions and we got directions back just a block or so near the Japanese restauraunt. It turns out the person was sending us to the "spa", not SPOT. Oops!
We finally found SPOT around 7:45 PM and it was CLOSED! Not out of business, it just wasn't dinner time yet in Sao Paulo. I was surprised to see a restauraunt so late that wasn't open but apparently they don't eat as early as we ...
... easily stolen when in any
After the mall I went home and had a quick rest then my friend’s
sister was kind enough to drop me off at Paulista Avenue, the pride and
joy of Sao Paulo as according to everything I’ve read. I did not take
any camera equipment since it was still raining pretty hard which means
still no photos sowwy. Paulista Ave is pretty interesting and features
its own ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center