Comfort Hotel Nova Paulista
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- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Microwave in room
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... a me plait, les gens, la langue, le style des rues, la nourriture...La ville est assez valonnée avec des petites rues au mur parfois un peu delabré, des petites maisons et tout d'un coup des barres d'immeubles...et au milieu un petit stade de foot de quartier ou tout le monde joue en meme temps lol filles et garçons, et ça joue!!! promis cette semaine, je tape la balle avec les gosses ahahah
bref, je me sens ...
... airport for 18.30 as traffic is so bad and unpredictable there. The bus did have a cheesy soap opera playing and free wi-fi so it wasn't all bad. People say not to bother with São Paulo, it's just another big city with no real character and a lot of crime. From the short time I was there, I found it to be interesting and have a lot of potential. There were many cultural events and museums to explore if I had more time. The nightlife is supposed to be fantastic also. I may have ...
... color and joy. And yes, soccer. Very much tied up with soccer. I’m not going to say it’s just a game, because it’s not. It’s so much more. Worth getting emotionally invested in? Yes. Definitely. Even if it hurts. Loyalty to a fault right? Anyway, maybe when I wake up tomorrow morning the reality of this will hit me. Maybe not. Either way, keep your head up Brazil. We’ll go for Hexa in four years. Until then, grace and peace from Tatuape, Sao ...
... and same sex bars in Sao Paulo than we ever did in Copacobana, and everyone that we spoke to were really friendly and happy. There are also some very rich areas of the city that we did not walk around and the purple haze amongst the skyscrapers in the business district really did make a beautiful skyline at dusk. We really grew to like Sao Paulo and would have liked to spend a few more days there and explore the city further but our next trip in the Pantanal ...
... somehow. Liam also got to take a penalty and won with a 99mph strike down the middle. He walked about smug the rest of the day. After the museum we had to head back to hostel, get our things and head for bus to Foz Du Iguacu. This time the bus was on time, the seats were alot wider, reclined almost full way back and we were given a blanket and pillow. We spent the 16 hour journey watching tuesdays Geordie shore, some big bang theory series 1 then ...