Othon Classic Sao Paulo
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... told us that some of the areas are known for drug traffic. It was really scary and sad. The area near the main station (Luz station), which is known for its beautiful architecture, was full of homeless, drunk and drugged people... Obviously, we stood out, so I was actually surprised that only one person asked me for money. Surely, yesterday was extreme as most people did spend time with their families at home, so who would be on the streets... The ones, who had no ...
... of 20 or 30 wires on one pole, sometimes all in a "knot". It seemed an inidcator of an underdeveloped, not well thought out electrical grid. And just as curious (although not nearly as worrisome) was the concrete electrical poles. When Fernando told us that Sao Paulo was called the "concrete jungle" by Brazilians, I didn't think they made EVERYTHING from concrete!
A quick stroll through the supermarket proved to be fairly unremarkable. It ...
... thing on one of the sides. I did not go in since
the weather was still terrible and instead opted to walk the whole
length of the ave a few times. I love just walking around the city with
no objective which is what I did for about 3 hours. The highlight of the
walk was seeing Brazilian Elvis at the museum entrance…kind of weird. I
also noted an abundance of PDA just on the street. I would be walking
past and ...
... Calibri, sans-serif; font-size: 15px; ">In total we were there for three days, two nights. On the first day we checked in at our gorgeous brand new hostel (no sarcasm this time, there were actually some good parts to Sao Paulo I have to admit), and immediately went to bed as we'd arrived off the night bus at 5am. After waking up we checked out the rest of the hostel and found to our delight that ...
... having to go off travelling to South America and have such amazing experiences when you’ve just had to teach 9C2 for the third time this week after you were up half the time as baby Jonny is teething – I am going somewhere with this .... So my point is that when there is nothing from your old life it’s when you realise what you miss from it. It enables you to gain a new perspective on it all and really see what is important . I read (Actually I probably ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services