Othon Classic Sao Paulo
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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Our final day in Brazil began with an early cup of coffee with Marco, followed by him driving us to the airport to catch our 9 am flight through São Paulo, and eventually to Asuncion, Paraguay. Our eleven hour layover in São Paulo begged us to explore the largest city not only in Brazil, but the largest city proper in the southern hemisphere. Though mostly all we wanted to do on this day of travel and transition was to find a ...
I arrived in São Paulo a day before the England. After getting the São Paulo version of the tube, I arrived at the hostel. I was staying in the Vila Madalena area which was kind of a like a Shoreditch area full of arty hipster types. The area is known for its graffiti over the walls with one of the most famous being Batman alley. I checked that out then went for some food to watch Spain get knocked out of the World Cup. Later on in the Evening I met up with James who I ...
... sentence between them. Fortunately we got out of that debacle and found the place.
Next challenge (i **** you not,it gets better) was not crying when arriving at the crib. As many of you will know, I've a minor aversion to heights. We are not birds (despite some appearances), i don't care what you say, the **** ain't natural. I am writing this from the top floor of a 20 story building in downtown sao paulo. It's really, really ******* high up. I'm sorry to ...
... neighbourhood (its so nice), and she chose a restaurant called Coutinho where you pay about 10 pounds for all you can eat feijoada (the black beans but with meat as well). They also have live music, which is called chorinho and is very good folksy kind of music - a delight! We sat down and ordered 3 (litre) beers of cerveja original and then ate. The food really was incredible, and there were a few types of yummy sausage! ...
... heard that and believed it but they don't grow sugar cane in those regions of Brazil! So the US keeps sugar cane ethanol out of the country in favor of less efficient corn ethanol. So unfortunate. Its amazing all of the things that they can do with this renewable resource and it sounds like they have developed many techniques that are actually financially viable (this I'm not quite as accepting of but lets ...