Novotel Sao Paulo Center Norte
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Heated pool
- Indoor pool
- Banquet room
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... gift for my brother. I wasn't too impressed with the sandwich shops in the terminal so I opted for a barbecue chicken burger from an actual Carl Jr's... in Brazil! I made a big dent in my Game of Thrones novel. I'm surprised I didn't fall asleep but I didn't feel sleepy and didn't want to risk oversleeping and missing my flight. Several hours later, it was finally time to board the plane. It was a United flight. I was the first one in my ...
... if I was an international and I replied, "Yes, I'm American." He did not speak a word of English except to later tell me "I love you." During our conversation, kissed my hand, asked me to give him a kiss on the cheek, kissed my cheek, and we talked for a bit (one of the others could speak little English so he "translated"). They asked if I was married, do I have a boyfriend, and then he asked me to marry him. Haha. It was a great way to end my long ...
... chase for Japanese food had really unimpressed my travelling companion. We walked out on the main street to try and catch a bus to the largest park in the city, Iberapuera. We spent half an hour watching buses pass by, and nervously decided to get on one that looked like it was heading in the right direction. 30 minutes later, we were there and... it was a little underwhelming. We were anticipating more exotic trees and a more interesting atmosphere but we were greeted with something that ...
... or so (or in Cassia's case all her life!) It was a short drive to their apartment, which (we are reliably informed) is just off the Brazilian equivalent of Wall Street. However, a short drive in the city with the worst traffic jams in the world (according to Time magazine) can soon become a long drive, but we were lucky with the traffic. That evening we had a wander around the local area, taking in the countless high rise buildings and shopping malls. We stopped in ...
... the Metro, through the rush hour, to within 300 metres of our hotel. It was, if anything, less crowded than the London Underground, there were always escalators to street level, and young people obligingly leapt up to offer their seats to us old codgers!
The hotel kindly checked us in vey early (but no extra breakfast!) so we dozed for a while before venturing out for lunch and a look round. Strangely our hotel turned out to be ...