Staybridge Suites Sao Paulo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... so we headed to another part of town with later opening bars. This apparently was a red light dstrict and is a bit 'grungier' but it seemed fairly standard to me althuogh there was a notable amount of rock types. We bought a bottle of vodka and a mixer and did some street drinking before heading to a club Ed had heard about that also gave free entry to people from the hostel. Unsurprisingly it seemed more like a hostel party, and didn't have a great vibe ...
... though the night is quite tough to remember.
The next day Julz and i went to Santos, about an hr out of SP. It was a miserable day so we watched Australia's gallant effort against the dutch, then checked out the beach there, which is longer than a lamearse travel blog post. Thursday was another mental night in vila madalena, benny and brazilian friends in tow (and my man Ryan from my footy club i randomky ran into!), and Friday i ...
... at face value for now). They can even make rubber tires from sugar cane ethanol which really fits great with our team porject.
It was a good talk but we still have some time before lunch. We take a few minutes to go to an upscale mall and walk around . More outrageous prices.. Not even sure how the well-off can shop in this place! And in the middle of the mall they have not just a few trees like we ...
... to make us feel at ease. Our guide book was full of areas not to go and times not to go there, and we made a conscious effort to plan exactly where we were going to go and how we were going to get there so we didn't end up lost or straying slightly from the 'safe' areas.
Sao Paulo is an absolute giant of a city with a diverse population of over 19 million people - including the largest number of Japanese people outside of Japan. Apparently the Brazilian passport is one ...
... whole thing. Chile is not the place to travel for great coffee. It is the place to travel for beautiful scenery, warm people, delicious food, and inspirational and enlightening experiences. I am so grateful that we had the opportunity to take this trip, and I will think back upon it and treasure my memories for the rest of my life.
Thank you Jeff for being the best of travel ...