Mercure Sao Paulo Jardins
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Sao Paulo, such a disapointment!
The hotel room was fine and the location was next to the main street, Paulista, but nothing works the way it should.
We didn't get any keycards for our room until next day, elevator partially out of function, wifi did not work and pool/gym are in poor quality without any staff. There was no changing room in the pool area and we didn't ...
I arrived in Campinas airport which is actually the next town over, but the Hub for Azul airlines. Luckily they put on a complimentary bus to São Paulo that took 1 hour and 40 minutes that got me near my hostel. Then a taxi ride straight there in crazy traffic. The hostel was nice but my room was a bit smelly. I think it was the old guy in there, not just the room though! The thrills of dorm rooms.
As I had heard such horror stories about São Paulo, I was reluctant to ...
... flag. The pair start feeling a little more at ease in this huge city. After a few wrongs turns and passing some
unsavory looking characters they make it to the park. They soon discover that it's Sao Paulo answer to Central Park. Cirsty spots a game of soccer in the distance. As they approach they notice that some players are playing without shoes on and others with jeans on . Both are impressed by the skills on show. Cirsty wonders ...
... dance. The drum core and dancers are really professional and practice all year for carnival, where samba schools compete for trophies and recognition. They played music until about midnight. We danced and watched, I listened as the crowd sang songs they all knew the lyrics to. It was like a street party with live Samba. Lou volunteered to drive me to the airport the next morning around 6am. It was on the way back to her house and saved me an hour and a half on a shuttle bus. What ...
... I got pretty sauced. After food I walked
some more and by the time I decided to go back I was pretty drenched
from the rain.
The last interesting thing I did today was taking the Sao Paulo Metro
to get back to my friend’s place. It was quite familiar since it is
similar to the Taipei Metro yet strangely different since I have no idea
where I’m going. I knew my final destination but there are different