Reinales Plaza Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsReinales Plaza Hotel Sao Paulo
Very basic hotel on border of cleanliness but all staff were very helpful and a short walk to main city area. Good wifi in comfotable lobby but not good in room. Run down but good value for money.
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Sao Paulo, being the biggest city in Brazil and the worlds seventh largest city by population, it has always facinated me. The problem we had was how to get around to see 760 square miles in just two full days, so we decided that rather than spread ourselves thinly we would explore our local area only so we could get a good feel for the place and …
... that sold fresh fruits like Mango, Cashew fruit, papaya and a whole lot of tropical and native Brazilian fruits. The place also sold fresh meat, cheese, nuts, chilli and a few other things. It was expensive though. I bought a cashew fruit and 2 exotic fruits to try. We tried Brazilian food, one was a fish dish which looked like a crab cake and the other one was deep fried cheese with chicken. We also tried Leiche Custard and lemon tart.
Carlos was waiting for us outside and ...
... a 5 year old. We eventually pulled ourselves away from the show and headed home - the rain didn't stop for hours though so the walk home was pretty fun! With no umbrellas and nothing to cover ourselves with, we got completely drenched through to our undies. It was fun though - I've never been so carefree before about walking through the pouring rain getting soaked, but on this occasion because I was not on my to work or out to meet anyone, it simply didn't ...
... harmless, but nonetheless intimidating when you don't speak their language. Our tour guide reassured us that all they wanted were homes, and as we had none of these in our pockets we were safe, but still advised us not to come back on our own.
That evening, after another deluge and a melt in your mouth pizza, we headed out to a street party near to the one we'd headed to the night before with some people we'd met on the bus to Sao Paulo, some Paulistanos they'd met, ...
... traffic chaos and overflowed public transportation system. I guess it did not help that most of the days I was there it was raining heavily and certainly did not contribute to a positive experience as it limited my mobility.
Other than being the financial centre of Brasil and having one of the best nightlife in the world, Sao Paolo has not much to offer.
It was hot and raining a lot and even hotter when not raining!
The transportation system ...