Real Castilha Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... by foot with one of our first targets being Mercado Municipal, one of South America's best urban food markets inside a neoclassical building dating back to 1928. Looking for a substantial lunch we found Hocca, a famous sandwich bar that dates back to 1952, and the sandwiches are HUGE with the best filling to bread ratio I've ever seen.
Whilst we were tucking into our grub the heavens opened, it was pouring down for well over ...
... I asked many employees if this was all to the museum and besides the lower floor of sculptures, yes, that's all. I'd say the Louvre is probably 50 times the size of this museum.
The next museum I visited was quite far from the center of the city. My guide said I would not have time to visit a third museum before my flight so I had better count on this one for my museum fix. It fulfilled that and more. The Museu Paulista or the ...
... we were looking for. With a bit less luck, this hostel was also fully booked. After more, thoroughly enjoyed walking we arrived and were able to check in at the third hostel.
The entertainment on our first night in the city was provided by an overly enthusiastic German guy I met in Floripa by the name of Jacob. He told me to look him up when I got to Sao Paulo as he just moved into an apartment in a happening part of the city. ...
... 000 km (620 miles) down Rio Negro.
Exploration Expeditions 8 to 12 days. In 2010, they launched an expedition to Tambor, at the far ends of Jaú National Park, and an expedition to the Serra do Aracá hill range, where you will find “Pai Nosso” (“Father”), Brazil’s tallest waterfall. Get on board with them in these unforgettable itineraries never before seen by tourist eyes.
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I spent a lovely day wandering the narrow, hilly streets, popping in to the fashion-forward boutiques, enjoying a pastry at the cool bakery up on the hill at the back (again ask the hostel the name), and sipping a caprihina or three in the trendy bars that lined the streets.
In the end, I was sad that I had only 1 day in Sao Paolo and on my own. But as you know I came back for more later on in my travels.