Comfort Suites Oscar Freire
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... After stuffing ourseleves, we walked around a little more, and then decided to call it a day. It was nearly 7pm, which meant we had been exploring around for over 9 hours! I was very grateful for Airton and his wife to take the time to show me their city.
Tomorrow I look forward to resting and maybe checking out some places near the hotel. After last weekend's crazy adventure in Rio, rest is welcome!
The ride from Guarulhos International to our hostel in the inner bairro of Vila Madelena was an astonishing experience. I suppose I assumed that with the World Cup and the Olympics fast approaching, Brazil would have already invested significantly in the infrastructure that would be used by tourists. The stark, 1960s Eastern Bloc look of the airport startled me. Especially thanks to a smoggy downpour, the roads ...
... it's own postcode, we can't say we'd have wanted to live there. Graffiti covered many of the more beautiful buildings - and it was literally all over them, even on the highest floors. The taggers/squatters had obviously discovered a way of leaning out of the windows and spraying everything with slogans, making the buildings look very unloved. We were extremely glad we hadn't come to the old town on our own, with literally tens of homeless people in almost every square we visited, ...
The bus from Rio to São Paulo took 6 hours. They said they were gonna take a break midway so people would get a chance to stretch their legs etc, but either they didnt, or we totally missed it, because we woke up when the bus stopped in São Paulo o.O
Lightly disoriented we jumped bus and grabbed our gear and the mad dash across São Paulo commenced.
We need to cross ...
... is going to the station and would accompany me to meet up with the AIESEC person who will pick me up at the station that Cynthia talked with. So I said goodbye to them and thanked them (the man even told me to dial 190 *ata!* if anything goes wrong). We reached the station and I was asking Rafael if this is the first floor (that's the meeting place) and he said, "no english!". PATAY! It was so ********versing with him. I found out a while back ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsComfort Suites Oscar Freire Sao Paulo
I stayed here for 3 nights after a long haul flight from Europe. Great location, 40 mins by taxi from the international airport & near to subway and walking distance to Ave Paulista boutiques, museum of modern art etc
Junior suite was good size, clean & with modern decor and the restaurant produced a good breakfast. There is also a good size gym and rooftop swimming pool.
recommended for short stay
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