Hotel Novotel Sao Paulo Jaragua Convention
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From Curitiba we had the option of ending our follow Australia Green and Gold Army tour in Rio or Sao Paulo.
As we had already been to Rio we chose the option to see Sao Paulo.
So we took one of our coaches and headed on a 6 hour bus ride to the amazing/crazy city.
We had heard from others traveling that Sao Paulo was a …
... a cash machine....no bother that the only working one is only about twenty streets away! After a mad dash to and from the ATM through dark streets and rowdy football supporters, we managed to get into the stadium only 15 minutes after kick off. The atmosphere was electric, and the home fans were going crazy, stomping and shouting at every pass (or so it seemed to me!). There was a percussion band in one part of the stadium and everyone was jumping and weaving to the ...
The flight from LAX to Sao Paolo was long and uneventful....everyone on the plane was going to the World Cup, lots of Mexicans who cheered loudly when we landed.
The usual FIFA admin when we arrived, pick up game tickets (but machine didn't work), long line for Forex, etc but this is Brazil and we need to get into its rhythm.
We caught the Garucoop taxi to our hotel in Jardins - a leafy part of central Sao Paolo. The traffic wasn't ...
Rio to São Paulo. Flew from Santos Dumont in Rio to Congonhas in São Paulo. Both airports gave amazing views of their respective cities. The approach to São Paulo is a bit racy and could provide a view into the living rooms of the high rise apartment buildings if you ...
... out that Sao Paulo has the largest Japanese population outside of Japan..
We got off of the bus and we all walked up the street and gathered in a McDonald's. Unlike home, it wasn't exactly "inside". Although we were out of the rain, it was an open front McDonald's, as it turns out many stores and food places are in the Southeast of Brazil. This was different than anywhere I've ever been. Fernando got us some rain ponchos and we continued our ...