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Travel Blogs from Sao Paulo
We did went to the places that I had been in the mid 60's and we did moved out from Sao Paulo and went South to Curitiba,Parana . Long trips and everything has changed. We moved out and our way to Buenos Aires, Argentina . Was a long trip with the bus but we had no other choice. Well we did arrived in Buenos Aires and we did stay there for 10 days …
... than trucks. The government’s 2013 inflation goal was 4.5% but in reality it is already climbed to over 7%. Preventing inflation requires controlling costs of goods to market. A more highly developed rail system would certainly help stabilize inflation. They are currently building a new elevated tram in preparation for the 2014 World Cup/2016 Olympics but they needed to start this process 5 years ago and are now rushing to ...
... restaurants and clubs of Augusta street, one of the megacity´s famed nightlife spots and get a chance to meet up with Fernando and Louise´s friends, all of which speak very good English and each one more welcoming than the last. One of the football season´s local derby games is on and we witness the fiery passion of the fans as Corinthians narrowly defeat São Paulo FC on penalties.
In the evening we are introduced to Sampa´s gay scene and descend into a ...
Paulo had warned me that the real center of Sao Paulo has been overthrown by junkies, all addicted to crack, lying around asleep or going a bit wild. And that's indeed what I got to see : beautiful old buildings - Portuguese colonial style or baroque architecture - simply abandoned, looking terrible, almost crying out of despair. "What have you given up on me", they seemed to be shouting out loud. The site was heartbreaking. ...
... like and visit the Arts Museum (and it was free that day) but when we got there people were queuing out the door and around the building so it quickly lost it's appeal.
We've got to say though that Sao Paulo had some great buildings from an architectural perspective and some of the graffiti ( which was everywhere) was pretty amazing. This is going to sound really strange, but one of the most incredible sites we saw in Sao Paulo was a cemetery. Now ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility