Othon Classic Sao Paulo
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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We arrived in São Paulo at midnight and although all my instincts were telling us this wasn't a great idea to go catching the metro and walk the streets of a strange city at midnight we managed to do just that and arrive at our hostel at 1am. ...
... pizzas quality to be very standard all over the world (how do you screw up bread and cheese?). We searched for a pizza parlour anyways and... had mediocre pizza.
On our walk back to our hotel we noticed there was one road with no cars driving on it. Now, like North America it seems South America relies on the automobile. A road without cars seemed so out of the ordinary. My friend had heard of this, they close an elevated highway in Sao Paulo at night so people can jog or bike ...
... we managed to find other English speaking persons. The tour was a 3hr walk, I don't think my legs were physically capable of walking that far, but I was ready in my poncho, in the rain, to walk, and look at all the interesting things this city had to offer... After an hour and a half I was done, the rain made everything look sad and dreary and my whole body was ready to fall into a bed. We managed to sneak off after looking at the Cathedral, and ran through a mass of tramps ...
... goods and forgeries. We paid a visit to São Paulo cathedral which was thankfully open (though the crypt was closed) before heading to Chinatown (well, Japantown) for lunch, eating at a Korean restaurant. After cooking our own lunch using a stove in the middle of the table, we headed back to the apartment on the metro and spent the rest of the day fairly lazily. Our second full day in São Paulo took us out of the city itself and into the surrounding shanty ...
... That afternoon we visited Johnson & Johnson’s campus also in Sao Jose dos Campos, Brazil. J&J was kind enough to provide lunch, which we ate outside in the beautiful Brazilian winter air (65deg F and sunny – so harsh!). The campus is huge and includes the manufacturing of various hygiene related products using highly automated processes as well as various pharmaceuticals utilizing batch processes that only use ...