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... started. I was excited to test this out, and I was glad I had people with me that knew what they were doing. The Station we entered is considered the "Grand Central Station" of Sao Paulo. It is the center point of the North/South and East/West lines. However, the scale and beauty do not compare to NYC. It cost us about $1 US dollar to ride, and the experience was quite easy. Airton did mention that during the week ...
... this was not a typical cross-section of Sao Paulo residents, and was proven right over the next two days.
Ironically, this is because the residents of SP are what makes the city. Sao Paulo doesn't have the natural beauty of Rio; it's the epitome of concrete jungle. There are high rise blocks as far as the eye can see. It even fails to offer the attractions a big city should have. The food market and football museum are about only ones of note. Yet there were a whole ...
... but rather for it's grey covering of cloud as it is set in a natural basin - perfect weather for Amy - warm, but no chance of burning! Unfortunately it was also the rainy season and there were frequent, huge, deluge's of rain which the city's mass of concrete is unable to deal with, cue much instant flash flooding with some roads easily up to knee height after only 20 minutes of rain. No wonder the Paulistanos (Sao Paulo residents) are irate at the government not doing much with ...
... also going there." I know I shouldn't talk to strangers but they looked like they were decent enough and I accepted their help. They asked me questions like is it my first time in Brazil, why I'm in Brazil, where am I going and so many more. I found out that they live near campinas and that they just came back from trip from London and Amsterdam. I told them my problem of reaching the people of AIESIEC and she called them from her cellphone ...
... was definitely the option for us.
We had two days in Sao Paulo before hitting the carnival. And I would love to tell you about how amazing the city is, but unfortunately, I can’t. Because it rained non-stop the entire time we were there. We did brave the downpour to visit MASP, an incredible museum housing European artworks. We spent a good few hours admiring their paintings and sculptures (yes, even Josh turned Antiques Roadshow expert for a while) before ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool