Tulip Inn Interative
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
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Kolem 18 hod jsme nasedli na nocni autobus do Foz do Iguacu. Sao Paulo jsme opousteli se smisenymi pocity. Na jednu stranu jsme videli velice pekne oblasti, kde se brasilska stredni trida mela viditelne dobre. Na druhou stranu centrum teto metropole bylo velice spinave a vypadalo jako mesto z jineho stoleti. Je ale tezke udelat is dobry obrazek, protoze Sao Paulo je tak velke, ze by nam to zabralo mnohem vice casu ho poradne prozkoumat. Nejak ...
... The pair manage to sport some familiar sights from their taxi ride to their motel. Ryan tries to consult his map on his phone but Cirsty reminds him that this might make them a target. Ryan looks anyway. They pass underneath a monorail that didn't quite get finished in time for the World Cup. Ryan spots some fellow Aussies across the street. A passing local points up at a flag hanging from a balcony. To their surprise it's ...
... to catch the metro to the more modern Paulista District. Out of the station we waked right into what appeared to be some feminist protest but it was hard to understand the Portuguese banners and chants! From here we walked back to our hostel seeing everyday São Paulo and passing through the city cemetery which had some tombstones as big as our shed! For dinner we found ourselves having burger and chips for the fourth day running, Brazil was a lot more like North ...
... can't flush toilet paper in South America but make sure you've always got some on you! You hear of so many stories of people getting robbed etc its just a bit of common sense, don't flash around your valuables Take snacks on tours, bus rides etc because the food can be rubbish Dress for warmth and comfort on bus rides as they crank the air on- a blanket isn't a stupid idea Anyway we are now off to Mexico to live it up in luxury for the next few days ...
... Society, and will be travelling on to Paraguay with us. Margot and Fran showed us all around the centre of SP. We visited the Cathedral, had lunch in the busy fruit and vegetable market, and were fascinated by the amount of shops selling craft items. Apparently 'crafters' from miles around come to stock up on beads, ribbons and other decorative items. Tomorrow we leave for Asuncion with Liz and ...