Mercure Apartments Jundiai
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- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Today we started our journey to São Paulo- this involved an insanely early start, I'm talking a 4am wake up...anyway we managed to get a taxi and the guy was supposed to take us to the bus station but the was some miscommunication and he ended us taking us to the main station instead! Which was great for us saws didn't have to worry about making it on time yay! The bus was at 6:45 we waited like an hour and then we were of. It rained ...
... to a recommended hotel nearby. It was 8pm, and it was a bit surreal to think we had just made a 4 hour ride into Sao Paulo from the country, only to leave the bike shop another 5 hours later, with a completely repaired and tuned up motorcycle that was ready to go again. Dinner was around the corner, and here we found our first dark beer, as well as another viewing of “Avenida Brasil!”, the popular soap ...
... will write. After settling in, we went out to see the sites within our vicinity and decided to find something to eat. We ate in a small restaurant, which is really cheap and good. What I got reminded me of Filipino breakfasts and I wanted to eat with a spoon, which made them all laugh. I didn't mind, I felt weird as well. After that, we headed back to the hostel and started getting ready to go out. We met with Alix's friend, ...
... and then later you find out its completely opposite, but theres nothing you can do. So I wasnt surprised. But when we were in No Mans Land (Seriously, you cross the border leaving Bolivia, and then 3 hours later you enter Paraguay... so inbetween, theres an area that belongs to neither) our bus broke down. After a while all the guys got out of the bus so I joined them and we actually had to push the bus to jump start it. It was quite a funny site and it was nice ...
... In the early 1980s, Sao Paulo’s population grew uncontrollably – so many people from the northeast of the country were struck by poverty so moved to a large city to try to make their living. As a result, the city grew with no boundaries, no zoning, and no end in sight. Sao Paulo is also known as the Manhattan of the Southern Hemisphere and has tons of a) people, b) companies, and c) ...