Transamerica Executive The Advance
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Resting in Sao Paulo; day trip; saying goodbye to Brazil.
We arrived back in Sao Paulo after two months of travel and a final uncomfortable overnight bus journey, and we were exhausted. Thank goodness for loyalty schemes which allowed us to check into the Holiday Inn at 9.30 am and crash for the day, watching cable TV.
We didn't have much planned in Sao Paulo. On Thursday we went to the Afro-Brazil museum which is in a big park with a lot of ...
I realise that when you are on a pilgrimage you must focus on the main game but yesterday I broke the feast and had a football free day and some time on my own.
I set out early and tried the Sao Paulo metro system - all worked pretty well and for B $6 I got a return ticket for a journey as far as Gungahlin is from Tuggeranong. I was able to use my little Portuguese to some benefit but when you get the combination of one person with a little Portuguese ...
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Favourite Local Dish: Mortadella Sandwich – The biggest fattest meat sandwich ever
New Tastes: Mortadella Sandwich & Black Dog (A hotdog!)
Hotel Paulista - $57 a night for a room with 3 beds, really nice brekkie included on the rooftop.
... my advice would be to check it out for yourself... It might just have more to offer than you imagine.
After Sao Paulo followed a 15 hour coach journey to Foz do Iguazu, home to the incredible Iguazu waterfalls. These are the only falls I've seen in my life, but I was mindblown by it all. The Niagara and Victoria falls are possibly more famous, but the other travellers I was with assured me they were nothing compared to this. We spent one day on each of ...
... two lanes for the cars, a total of four 'cos it's a two-way road. Also there was no traffic at all! I commend the Brazil for there amazing roads! HAHA! I got to see some cities we passed by and some views from the mountains. When we arrived in São Paulo, all I can see were buildings and the gray sky. Ari's father announced, "Welcome to the gray city of São Paulo!", which made me chuckle. I am not exaggerating even for just a bit! It was really gray and cold...