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A Travel Blog entry by jguerra from São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil
Arrived in São Paulo in afternoon, went for dinner in hotel at rooftop bar. Quit night but still no ...
A Travel Blog entry by eloisee from São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil
... . We got harassed quite a lot and I saw a man with a really bad leg and only 3 toes begging for money. São Paulo has a population of almost 20 million and it has the second largest population of Japanese other than Japan. We left this place quite ...
A Travel Blog entry by sam.pears.nz from São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil
... and makes it easy to explore the city. Sites included the observation desk of the Banco do Estado de São Paulo building, MASP, Paulista Street, Ibirapuera Park, and lunch at Google Brasil head quarters. The observation deck offered 360 views across ...
A Travel Blog entry by vikkiandchris from São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil
... explore the local area around our hostel. The hostel was called Vila Madalena and was located in the Vila Madalena suberb of São Paulo. We weren´t expecting much from São Paulo as loads of people we´d spoken to told us it wasn´t ...
A Travel Blog entry by caterhog from São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil
We arrived refreshed into São Paulo after our overnight journey from Iguazu. Thankfully no crying babies this time around so pretty much a full nights sleep. We were staying at the same hotel as the bridal party which felt a bit like cheating on our ...
A Travel Blog entry by donaghms from São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil
... had pulled pork or sausage, seriously tasty. After this, we headed off walking again, this time towards Liberdade. São Paulo has the highest number of Japanese people outside Japan and Liberdade is a Japanese neighbourhood. This place was really ...
A Travel Blog entry by kate.anthonisz from São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil
... . Then the dramas began. She called over her colleagues and the conversation went as followed: "I see you're travelling to São Paulo today." "You are at the wrong airport and you will not make your flight. Thank you." Lady please. Australians don't ...
A Travel Blog entry by helen_rae from São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil
... carnival. Rachel is now the proud owner of lots of sequins so we are all prepared! Talking to people before we got here, São Paulo had been getting some very mixed reviews, with some people choosing not to come at all. We however are very glad that ...
A Travel Blog entry by tomia from São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil
... we get married!) - 7 minute workout every single day as a minimum. To be ruined by two grande pizzas that evening. São Paulo has a large Italian expat community so we were told we'd be mad not to have one! The restaurant Veridiana Pizzeria was lovely ...
A Travel Blog entry by florby from São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil
... , the most famous church in the city. It was magnificent on the outside, but the inside decos were somewhat average. São Paulo isn't a pretty city, as we walked along the streets, many homeless people set up their beds on the sides of the roads. The ...
A Travel Blog entry by gemma_nicolle from São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil
... get you up to date on all the awesome stuff I've done over the last few days. We had a 5 hour bus journey down to São Paulo where we caught a flight to Foz Do Iguacu. We went straight to the airport in São Paulo so didn't see much of the city, ...
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