San Raphael Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... strolling around Ibirapuera Park which is a 500 acre park located in the city centre, offering a welcome escape from the city madness! São Paulo is an interesting city but much like any big city - full of people, noise and concrete. I think I would prefer northern Brasil where I have heard it isn't so westernised and there are many small villages and communities. That will have to wait for another ...
... and steps, and walking about, all high on crack. We didn't stay for long as it didn't seem the kind of place you'd want too get lost in at night! We spent a few more days in downtown Sao Paulo visiting the Mercado Municipal (sandwiches as big as my head), the Pinacoteca (the oldest art museum in the city, and one which exhibits mostly Brazilian art), and the Latin American Memorial (ok, we only drove past this but that still counts, right?!). We also managed to check out two ...
... have quite a few Caprihinas and some amazing food again. We danced until we were the last people there and overall had an amazing time! There's some a pretty amazing people in São Paulo for all of it's lacking of things to do :) Again I'm delirious with lack of sleep so time for a morning kip. Buenos Dias!! ...
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So Elvire and I gave it a try, and a girl from Sao Paulo welcomed us for 4 nights. Her name is Lia, and she is an amazing girl, the kind of girl I like:natural, direct and simple. It was an amazing experience.
Check my pictures, you will see us with Lia.
Thank you for everything Lia!! Once I am back home, my house is ...
... to the bus. While we were waiting to cross the street, there were wires hanging down from the power pole, that you actually had to duck under. Who knows if it was live or not, but not something I would expect to experience back home (at least not without 30 people getting on their cell phone to call public service!) In general I found the electrical wires a little bit concerning. I don't know why they were so prominent to me but i took ...