Novotel Sao Paulo Center Norte
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Indoor pool
- Heated pool
- Banquet room
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It is Day 3 in Brazil and we are starting to see some common traits among the people and packing our bags full of these stereotypes. And you and I both know that my blog wouldn't be complete without me sharing these with you.
I mentioned before that Brazilians are laid back but you don't know what laid back is until you have been to Brazil. At a restaurant, when we ask for our check, it does not matter when we want it, ...
... your nation win the World Cup! It made me slightly envious I've got to be honest- imagine it was England!
Again I'm going to summarise the events of the next few days at this point:
Lots of time chilling out on copacabana and ipanema beaches. Copacabana was barely recognisable from the day of the final!
Meeting and having drinks with guys from the hostel in and around Lapa
Visiting the selaron staircase
Watching volleyball on the beach but the football way- ...
... Futebol which provided a detailed account of each World Cup to date and later took a walk down Av Paulista, the lively commercial centre of Sao Paulo.
Culinary highlights included a ‘pernil’ (pork loin) sandwich at the Mercado Municipal and an overpriced pizza in the upmarket district of Pinheiro.
Onward bus to Paraty, 6 ...
... he was. Not only was he a host to me for the weekend, but also to the most charming and free spirited American/Dominican republic couple called Becky and Fransisco (she is American and he is from the Dominican Republic). Eber's apartment is in the centre of Sao Paolo so it was a great base from which to explore the crazy city that's home to 20 million people. Not only did he share his home with us (letting us do our laundry, cooking us lunch), but he also took us out ...
... to Australia as Sao Paulo is the 11th (I think) most expensive city in the world. Vila Madelena was also built on some extremely steep hills- but in a city of 12 million you build where you can I guess.
Friday- February 15
This morning we had breakfast at the original hostel and then checked into the new hostel. The new hostel was nice and even better located than the previous hostel- as we were now far closer to the metro. We then caught the metro to ...