Real Castilha Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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We woke up at 9:00AM well rested after lounging all day yesterday. We were hungry but did not feel like eating junk food so we decided we were going to walk to a Pizzeria called Pizzaria Stella. We got ready and left the hotel at 9:30AM. It took us an hour and 59 minutes to get there so we got there at 11:29 AM. We bought 25R worth ...
... He gave us his phone number (which we would later use) and dropped us at City Lights Hostel. Which is somewhere in Sao Paulo city. We checked in and went straight to bed. Finally our day was over. All up from when we woke up until bed time we count about 30 hours.
We hung about the hostel for a bit in the morning before heading out to experience the city. Sao Paulo is crazy! It's so, SO big. In fact, it's the largest city in Brazil, the largest in the ...
... They discussed and I believe settled for a street that sounded similar then quoted us 100 reals! Considering our taxi to Jacob's cost us less than 20 reals, and Jacob's apartment was within walking distance we thought this was preposterous. So we literally turned our back on the offer and walked off into the not-so-friendly streets of downtown Sao Paulo, at a not-so-friendly hour, not knowing where we were going and slightly inebriated. By some kind of miracle ...
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If there's one thing that surprised me above all, it was the friendliness of the Brazilian people. I imagined that I'd have a good working relationship, at best, with my team, and that if anything, I would get close with the other US interns. Fortunately for me, I can say that I have at least ten new friends as a result of this trip - not just work ...