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Today I had my first trip out of the big city of Sao Paulo. Laurens and I wanted to escape the rush of Sao Paulo for a day and travelled to the harbour city Santos, just 1,5 hours away from Sao Paulo. Paulistanos said to me before, I shouldn't go there because the beach is ugly and the water poluted.
But we decided to go anyway, because it's the nearest beach. We took a bus from ...
Football in Brazil
A Holiday - The Day After… July 9th 1932. The great state of Sao Paulo declared war on the rest of the country in the name of safe guarding its constitution, which was trampled by the coup by Getulio Vargas in 1930, in which the soon to be dictator overthrew the popularly elected Washington Luiz. Mind you, Brazil is a huge country, yet this small state (in size but huge in economical importance) felt strongly about ...
... sadly too small for the fish or animals in them :( we then drove around some more of the city as Nino pointed out local landmarks out the car window, as it was pouring with rain outside. That night Nino usually gets together with his mates and plays 6-aside soccer, he invited Aaron along to play as well so off we went...in the pouring rain. Peri sat on the sideline in a poncho in the rain and watched as Aaron scored a goal! Such an achievement ...
... from countryside to large metropolis of 19 million people. The lanes grew in number, along with the number of people, homes, barrios, favelas, signs of multinational corporations, and buildings in all directions. This was by far the most challenging navigating we had to do. The shere size of the freeways, and uncertainty with the signage, made it an intense place to drive...it was like being inside an ant-hive. Camilo ...
Pretty much every Brazilian that I have met, even the ones from Curitiba, has told me that Curitiba is “not the REAL Brazil.” So far I have loved Curitiba, and it was hard for me to figure out just what these naysayers meant. I have found the people in Curitiba to be very friendly, helpful, and understanding particularly given my incredibly weak grasp of the Portuguese language. But I have heard time and again ...
Other places to stay in Santos
Marechal Floriano Peixoto 42, Santos | 4 star hotelfrom $157
Av Ana Costa 555 , Santos | 4 star hotelfrom $138
Rua Euclides da Cunha 15, Santos | Hotelfrom $175
Avenida Presidente Wilson, 01, Santos | Hotelfrom $109
Avenida Vicente de Carvalho, 50, Santos | Hotelfrom $86
Av Washington Luiz 565, Santos | 4 star hotelfrom $115
Rua Bahia 174, Santos | 3 star hotelfrom $162