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 …
... rules and we basically are treated like herded cattle. I made a few adjustments to my backpack to make it look a little smaller but I think it was still pretty big. I was able to board the plane, nonetheless. I stowed my bag in the overhead compartment, which pretty much took like 3/4th of the space. A lady sitting behind me wasn't very pleased and I can hear her complains to her row mates. C'est la vie lady! The flight was about nine ...
... I saw her cute little smile and wave and freaked out! I run as fast as my little tired legs could and squeezed the life out of her while I was squealing and crying. I met her dog Baby and my Brazilian dad who speaks absolutely no English. We traveled home and I was greatly welcomed by my Brazilian mom. We ate a lovely dinner and I got acquainted with their beautiful home. I got ready for bed, gave Jamille a good night hug, and went to sleep.
... find it everywhere! We ended up at a place that served AYCE sushi, but also all kinds of other good stuff. One thing that I heard of was Brazilian barbecue called Rodizio. It's been my dream to be surrounded by waiters with skewers of perfectly cooked meat. The owner of this restaurant was the only one that could communicate with us, he gave us some recommendations on where to get the best rodizio in town... for US$70 per person but assured us it was well worth it.
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... through São Paulo itself. I don't think anyone would describe it as a tourist city, certainly compared to somewhere like Rio. It's a business city, lacking the attractions and sights of Rio. Unfortunately for us though, it appeared to be closed for business. Everywhere we went seemed to be shut or inaccessible to us. Our first port of call, having walked from the apartment to the old heart of São Paulo, was a bank based in a high-rise building, from the ...