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Travel Blogs from Sao Paulo
... among the endless skyscrapers and land on a tiny patch of land they somehow carved out. This is what they mean when they say Concrete Jungle, and it puts New York City to shame. São Paulo is about 15 New Yorks.
This is a business capital and is home to more than 23 million people. The city never ends and when you think you’re “downtown,” you’re not. You see signs for Centro and ...
... monitoring over 800,000 cars sending 80 million positions daily to the map link servers. Due to the high crime rates in Brazil, most insurance companies will not ensure a vehicle without a tracking device, and Mo's company uses these tracking devices to track vehicles and monitor traffic patterns, as well as send re-route information and real-time traffic data back to mobile GPS units.
One of my biggest frustrations while being in Brazil was the quality and usability ...
Spent a few days in Sao Paulo at the end of our trip. Arrived at 6am after a very long journey so headed straight out to sample some of the local bakeries.
We were recommended a free city walking tour by a friend, so checked that out on our first day. We walked around the centre of SP for - no joke - 4 hours with only a 20 minute break, listening to our guide tell us all sorts of facts and figures about the various buildings and history of ...
... bruiser was following us in the next taxi. He was but this unfortunately this included a little detour via the police station due to a little dispute about payment. Bruiser is not sure sure what happened as it was all in Portuguese but Ingrid handles the situation and he did make it home.
A very random but good night was had by all and yesterday everyone struggled a little with their hangovers. Kate, Whit and I still managed to make it to the beach for ...
Today was our first successful outing since my arrival in Brazil. We ventured down to Embu, still in Sao Paulo state. In Embu is a community/village/whatever called Embu das Artes, a big cluster of artisans stores on the mountainside. Its city center is a lot like that of Old San Juan, but it was BUSTLING. There were so many people!!
My brother was starving so he insisted we plop down in a café that faced the city park. I had ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center