San Raphael Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... gave people confused looks, though.) Oh, Portuguese. You know how some people have just HARD accents that make you feel like you don't know anything? Yeah, well our flight attendant who was making all his announcements was SO hard to understand. I would get some words and contextualize what was going on but I always had to wait for his broken English announcement. But hey, he was awesome. On the way to Caracas, I sat next to two Venezuelans. Not much happened there. They ...
... was great, with lots of English fans singing loud and proud although the Uruguay fans outnumbered us 2-1. Well we all know what happened in the match, typical England... But towards the end of the game fights broke out between English and local Brazilians, perhaps Corinthian fans. It seems that the local hooligans, which Brazil is famous for, were intent on proving their toughness against the ...
... although I am told that it isn't a patch on Berlin, a city I simply have to visit! I watched local boys show off their football skills and pose for photos with my friend Jess! The nightlife is legendary in Sao Paulo and although I only went out on one night the place I went to was very cool. It was small, gritty and full of locals sambering in pairs to the live band. I too acquired a partner and practised my dancing skills!
... we walked up to Sao Bento which had another square and a building that resembled the empire state building, you could go up it to the top but needed ID which we didn't have on us so would have to do this another day. This view went up so many floors so you could get a great look out over the whole city which surrounded it. We continued on through the centre of the city to look at the main train station called estacion de luz, which translated to ...
Hey there - as always and everywhere, time is flying and today was my last day in Sao Paulo. After study sessions in the morning, we went to downtown Sao Paulo today - heading for Mercado Municipal and Rua 25 de Marco. Honestly, reality was shocking. Of course did I know that Grand Hyatt world is a gilded cage for international business people - not at all representing "real" Sao ...