Hotel Transamerica Sao Paulo
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Arrived in São Paulo in afternoon, went for dinner in hotel at rooftop bar. Quit night but still no sleep.
... was tiring. Plus we really liked the hostel we were staying at, it had really good facilities, friendly staff and although it was a sociable place it was not party crazy, so one could actually get a good sleep. So against advise of others we decided to stay one more night and explore Sao Paulo a little more. The good hostel unfortunately didn’t have a room, so we spent some time searching for another one in the same area. Succeeded, hostel was not as nice, but ...
... no resentment, no violence, and no massive national-identity crises. There were tons of internet memes (which are hilarious), and tons of jokes, but that’s it. Almost no one paid much attention to the third place game, and the people that watched were either just making jokes or cheering for the Netherlands. But otherwise, I’m impressed. I think if something equivalent to this happened in America or in a ...
... powders and colors to make a gooey, truffle-like ball of heaven. I limited myself to one and an espresso. Even after eating all the dulce de leche I could handle and then double that in the last 4 months since my first day in Colombia, I have to say brigadero is more my style. Or maybe just a welcome change of taste. That evening our plans were thwarted by a migraine. Some combination of the intense pollution, long bus ride, awkward sleeping position, and heavy backpack ...
... among the endless skyscrapers and land on a tiny patch of land they somehow carved out. This is what they mean when they say Concrete Jungle, and it puts New York City to shame. São Paulo is about 15 New Yorks.
This is a business capital and is home to more than 23 million people. The city never ends and when you think you’re “downtown,” you’re not. You see signs for Centro and ...