Transamerica Classic Opera
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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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. ...
... of the stadium through the rows to get there. No worries about not having seats as the England fans didn't sit down all game and even though we ended up losing it was a worthwhile trip as the fans were immense and we had an amazing time up until that late winner from you know who. So with our fate nearly consigned we left the stadium pretty deflated desperately trying to work out how we could still go through partly just as fans but partly so we didn't have to trek to ...
... was still great fun; the creativity for telling the story with the animals was brilliant and it's the costumes and props that make it - luckily we had the plot fresh in our heads after watching the film recently! We didn't do much on our final day - Ash watched football (standard) and Lucy found a huge Havianas shop and somehow restricted herself to one pair! She is saving herself for Rio just before we fly home... Wanting to make sure we had an Italian before we left, we went to ...
... city and then a private taxi from there to Junior's house, which was not what I had been expecting it to be.
My bus ride into South America's largest metropolis revealed a city that looked old, neglected, worn-out and abused. All of the walls of all of the buildings on the street level were laden with black graffiti sprayed with the intention to vandalise rather than to make art. The buildings looked very dirty and mostly a grey or light grey/brown colour. ...
... been. This meant we missed getting tickets for the next bus to Foz du Iguacu and we had to spend the night in Sao Paulo. We went into an internet room at the bus station and started searching for good areas to stay in and hostels within that area and during this found lots of horror stories within all the areas. Fun! Ended up booking to stay at Saci Hostel nearby Vila Madalena area. Saci Hostel ...