Real Castilha Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... and articulated trucks are constantly passing through the area. The apartment was exactly what we wanted. It was just one room but it had everything we needed; Kitchen, shower, cable tv and two nice couches. Went out for a bit of food and while we were there we had to rob loads of napkins from the restaurant and McDonald's as we had no bog roll and all the shops were closed.
... working out. Eventually we found our way out and headed back to the apartment to make some dinner. Dinner was a vegetable curry and we accidentally made a mountain of rice! After dinner we watched a film called The Experiment which was quite creepy (based on the psychology study from the 70s where they simulated the prison environment). When the film had finished a few of Eduardo's friends had arrived for some drinks with him. We hung out with them for a couple ...
After flying to Sao Paulo from Mumbai, via London and Miami (cheapest flights available) and almost missing his final connection thanks to hold-ups courtesy of U.S. customs, Tom arrives to blue skies and Chris, Andrew and Gabriel (cousin, uncle, 2nd cousin) who are already waiting at the airport. A drive through the metropolis takes us past the sambadrome and Sao Paulo FC stadium, and immediately offering a glimpse of ...
... stopped. Afterwards we walked to the Mercado Municipal and had lunch at the famous restaurants on the first floor which over looks the market place. We also visited the Plaza Repulica and then walked all the way back to our hostel from the centre which took about 1 hour.
That night we met one of Suzie’s friends at a Samba club in Vila Madalena, Ulysses, who lives with Cynthia his fiancée in Sao Paulo. We had loads of drinks and danced all night long to the brilliant ...
... door of the restaurant where you hand your car over to the parking person who runs that territory. He goes off and finds a park while you enjoy dinner. When you leave he gets your car, you pay him a few dollars and off you go. By using his services you also ensure that nothing happens to your car!
Generally, Brazil is booming and ...