Braston Hotel Sao Paulo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... interesting pieces of artwork inside and out the front. We walked back to the subway and on the way back realized that Sao Paulo isn't particularly a city that welcomes many tourists. Despite having a great night life,
We came back to Bruno's place, ordered a pizza and cooked some dinner, watched inglorious basterds before packing up our stuff, saying our thank you's and goodbye and walking to the metro, to catch the train to the bus station! We are off to ...
... flag. The pair start feeling a little more at ease in this huge city. After a few wrongs turns and passing some
unsavory looking characters they make it to the park. They soon discover that it's Sao Paulo answer to Central Park. Cirsty spots a game of soccer in the distance. As they approach they notice that some players are playing without shoes on and others with jeans on . Both are impressed by the skills on show. Cirsty wonders ...
... One was causing a stir as it frantically flapped its wings. It's attempts to fly off useless as a short rope tied on to its leg was attached to one of the mans wrists. The other two, talons perched over a chair waited peacefully with caps over their eyes to prevent any more ruckus. Kate would have given that coffee house a wide birth. Next up was the 14 hour flight to São Paulo. I will never think of the flight to Sydney or Melbourne as being long ever again. I slept little as ...
... And the bar scene goes all night with the beautiful 20-somethings (who could buy and sell Lindsey Lohan), filling $500-minimum bottle service tables, draped all over each other. Everyone here appears to be in passionate, Telenovela-type love.
My friend and fellow Bronco fan, Ian, and I brought some American passion to town at O'Malley's where the NFL kickoff was being "transmitted" and the ...
... the most incredible city views I think I have ever seen. We proceeded to have some cocktails, soak up the view, and reflect on the last few days of visits we have had in São Paulo. We then settled in for a delicious dinner in the Skye Restaurant followed by a quick tour of the lobby area of the hotel thanks to our guide Fernando, who seemed to know everybody there. What an exquisite ending to a wonderful visit to São Paulo - I would definitely return for another visit if I were to get the opportunity ...