Comfort Hotel Nova Paulista
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While researching flights to different Latin American countries, I learned that flights out of Rio de Janeiro were all routed through Sao Paulo. The difference in cost from Rio and Sao Paulo airports was significant (as much as $400US) so I had decided to take the bus from Rio to Sao Paulo (about $40 US) and fly out of there. Couchsurfing.com offered many options for accommodations and willing hosts in Sao Paulo so I opted to stay with Ulysses and ...
... the airport as I arrived at 9:30am and departed at 5:30pm.
I got little to no sleep on my first flight so I fell asleep as soon as the plane took off. Who knew lugging around 70 pounds of luggage could wear a girl out? So I missed my snack which would've been my dinner (thankfully I had eaten "dois" Starbucks paninis. I was so ready to be "home".
When I finally arrived and picked up my luggage, what little adrenaline I had kicked ...
... chase for Japanese food had really unimpressed my travelling companion. We walked out on the main street to try and catch a bus to the largest park in the city, Iberapuera. We spent half an hour watching buses pass by, and nervously decided to get on one that looked like it was heading in the right direction. 30 minutes later, we were there and... it was a little underwhelming. We were anticipating more exotic trees and a more interesting atmosphere but we were greeted with something that ...
... through São Paulo itself. I don't think anyone would describe it as a tourist city, certainly compared to somewhere like Rio. It's a business city, lacking the attractions and sights of Rio. Unfortunately for us though, it appeared to be closed for business. Everywhere we went seemed to be shut or inaccessible to us. Our first port of call, having walked from the apartment to the old heart of São Paulo, was a bank based in a high-rise building, from the ...
... includes monetary and nonmonetary benefits such as community centers and education.
6:00PM Return to hotel
That night we went to the restaurant Spot. At Fernando’s recommendation I had the penne with prosciutto and melon. It was awesome! I had a blast and appreciated the fact that we got to hang out in an informal environment for once, have a couple of drinks and just shoot the **** for few hours. ...