Transamerica Executive The Special
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... more space between seats and the seats themselves were almost fully reclinable. Bus
driver was in no big rush as we arrived in Sao Paulo with more than one hour delay just after midnight. Which I was a little nervous about since we didn't know the area and heard very mixed reviews about Sao Paulo from other travellers. But it worked out fine, we took the metro to Vila Madalena and found the hostel fairly easily.
Sao Paulo is a massive metropolis with approximately ...
... in Sao Paulo, but at another university. We've plans to go to the beach. It's a one hour drive from Sao Paulo and despite it's winter over here, it's still 26 degrees, so I'll have a dive in the sea!
Now I'm in my room, but I have to move, because the cleaner wants to clean my room (yeah, don't have to cleam my room or the apartment for half a year!) I'm gonna have a walk in the neighborhood!
... Upstairs we found touristy and pricey but delicious eateries serving local and Portuguese delicacies, like mortadella sandwiches bigger than your face, giant empanadas called pastels, and fried cod. We tried the latter two and they were yummy but very heavy. Lots of oil and not very fishy. But fresh. After a quick photo shoot in the market we walked back toward the subway, making a stop in a toy shop for some carnival okay things. This shop was owned by a Chinese lady who I ...
... the world, and attempts to ensure the competitiveness of Brazilian sugar proved ineffective, the first oil crisis in 1973 became a new and vital ingredient. It provided a unique alternative for Brazil’s sugar producers to regain competitiveness: the production of fuel alcohol, or ethanol.
In 1975, the Brazilian government launched its National Alcohol Program, known as ProŠlcool, which diversified the output of the sugar industry. Significant ...
... selling absolutely everything you could ever think of! The market was housed in an impressive old building and sold everything from tropical fruit to suckling pig. By this point we had built up an appetite so headed upstairs to the various eateries where we opted for the most authentic looking place and ate a rice/bean/dried meat dish - it was very nice, if a little salty.That night we boarded the 15 hour bus to take us to our next destination - Iguassu ...