Comfort Hotel & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... Best Restaurants list. As if the price of food and wine was not sky high enough, they also had an additional cover charge and 12% service fee. Ouch!
It’s another contradiction. Away from the few streets that make up the main financial district, the pavements and infrastructure like electric wiring are in a worse condition than in a small Australian country town. It would be an embarrassment in an Australian city, and our hosts remind us that Brazil ...
... one piece at a time". 5hrs later, "there's only so much you can **** out". Getting the last tic tac out is like trying to get the pick out of the hole in the guitar. With no accommodation booked and didn't know what we were gunna do when we arrived at Soa Paula at 11.30 pm. Thank god this Brazilian lady helped us out and told us where to go and what to do. 2 trains and a taxi later ended up at Villa Madalina Hostel. This place looked scary as, the main road looked like dodgy ...
After a bit of planning we decided to get the over night bus to Ilha Grande, our next destination, as the bus was longer than we thought. So for today we did our final spell of planning and booking the last week. First we headed across the city to the bus station to book our buses, but we had a bit of a hiccup. We were told by people they had never booked a bus in advance and never had a problem, and the guide ...
... CEO of 2 companys one called Apontador which is like the yelp.com of Brazil, and the other company is called Maplink which is essentially the google maps of Brazil.
This was an absolutely riveting meeting and presentation. Moacir or Mo as he suggested we call him, absolutely dazzled us with the scope of operations his 2 companies have over the ...
... settle into my travels and to explore the city. The first day Juan, my sightseeing buddy, and I walked around the old centre. Lot's of churches, colonial buildings, mercados, high and even higher buildings everywhere.
If one thinks about Sao Paulo, one probably thinks about dangerous streets, pickpocketers and robberies. I haven't encountered any of this. There's a lot of police presence in the centre and the residential areas are ...