Hotel Trianon Paulista
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... us when we've been stood in the middle of the street with our map out. We have been staying in a hostel in an area called Vila Madalena. We were right near the metro station so getting into the centre only takes about 15 minutes. The hostel has been really nice, the staff really friendly and thankfully a nice group of people who have been passing through. There are lots of bars and restaurants in this area and we did head out for a few chopps - we are ...
... to being only 60%25 German fan so far. São Paolo was interesting and we looked destined to return. The number of homeless people was mind boggling. The amount of concrete was insanity. The day to day smells were appalling. The population of the city is the same as Australia!, yes you read that correctly. All in all, I pick Australia any day of the week. Thanks São Paolo see you for the semis! Barney ...
Got up earlier today excited we were finally leaving São Paulo! Started packing then realised, our flight is tomorrow. NOOOOOOO!!!!! We did try and change it however, no luck there so, we decided to embrace they day and take a trip out of the city. No joke, the smog here makes it so hard to breathe it feels like you're often gasping for air. It's also not that fun having to feel sick whilst not being able to breathe Anyway! Making the best of the situation. ...
... found a bottle of Ardbeg in here (!) as a gift for our hosts. The parks across the city are also lovely in the main, and very well kept. We were particularly proud of ourselves for negotiating the difficult journey on buses and metros from Fernando and Mirić’s house into town, though the 45 minute journey, standing, on a very crowded bus at 40°C was not something we’d like to repeat anytime soon!
... to the bus. While we were waiting to cross the street, there were wires hanging down from the power pole, that you actually had to duck under. Who knows if it was live or not, but not something I would expect to experience back home (at least not without 30 people getting on their cell phone to call public service!) In general I found the electrical wires a little bit concerning. I don't know why they were so prominent to me but i took ...