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first time in sp and coming in to guarulhos from ba.

by rickyrp

thanks virtualtourist for the help you are giving us;
does anyone know how far away from praza da republica (we are staying at the sao paulo hostel (hostelling international hostel) close by, is the usa consulate? and: is there public transportation to get there?
thanks, ricky

Re: first time in sp and coming in to guarulhos from ba.

by Porteno

Ricky here some information hope this helps
Location
The airport is located 25km (18 miles) northeast of São Paulo

Public Transport
Road: Bus: The airport bus connects with Congonhas Domestic Airport and the city centre, there is also an executive city bus for which tickets should be purchased in advance on the Arrivals floor. There is also a shuttle minibus service which runs to the city centre (journey time - 30-50 minutes).
Taxi: Prepaid radio taxis serve the terminals.
Information and Help Desks
There are tourist information desks (tel: (011) 6445 2380/4029) on the Arrivals floor of Terminals 1 and 2 and there are also two Infraero information counters in both terminals. Comunicação Social can help with specific enquiries (tel: (011) 6445 2256/2891).

http://www.infraero.gov.br/

suerte
SAM

Re: first time in sp and coming in to guarulhos from ba.

by Elainehead

The US Consulate is about 13 km from Praça da República. Here's their address and website:

U.S. Consulate General São Paulo
Rua Henri Dunant, 500,
Chácara Santo Antonio,
São Paulo, SP — 04709-110

http://www.embaixadaamericana.org.br

Yes, you can go there by bus (or subway + bus). It might take about one hour (or more with traffic). If you don't speak Portuguese, it may be a bit difficult to find where to get off.

Since this is your first time in São Paulo, maybe the easiest (probably the safest as well) way would be taking the subway from Praça da República. Take the line towards Corinthias-Itaquera. Change line at Sé station. Take the blue line towards Jabaquara and get off at Ana Rosa station.

You can download a subway pocket map from here:
http://www.metro.sp.gov.br/informacao/mapa/mapa_bolso.shtml

At Ana Rosa station, take the Terminal de Ônibus exit (furthest right). Take the bus "675N - Term. Sto Amaro". You will have to get off on Rue Chafik Maluf (around number 20). Here's the bus itinerary here:
http://img442.imageshack.us/my.php?image=675nterminalsantoamarocgc4.jpg

Subway + bus ticket (bilhete metrô/ônibus) fare (one-way single trip): R$ 4,10
Subway fare (one-way single trip): R$ 2,40
Bus fare (one-way single trip): R$ 2,30

If you need an online map to find the US Consulate or where to get off the bus, try this website:
http://world.maporama.com/

Travel Tips for São Paulo

religion: Brasilian...

by miromi

religion: Brasilian catholicism is heavily mixed with the Yoruban west African religions of the slaves from North Brasil. There are lots of very beautiful traditions unique to Brasilian catholicism that I don't think I could explain as well as a Brasilian. Here is the she-devil goddess that a friend gave to me--it's one of my most special possessions and looks over me whenever I draw.

S H I R T S

by schurlif about Tutti Tanto

I personally H A T E shopping... I have a real problem with that , I never ever buy myself anything to wear.... but I have a lot of people who do that for me.... My bro-in-law from LA for instance who wears the exact same size shirt as I discovered this gem of a shirt store on Rua Oriente 1596..... He bought like two dozens of their shirts made out of some hard to describe , cool , light , no iron fabric that feels wonderfull on the skin... He showed me his shirts and asked me : "Do you want some of these?" , And , YES , do I want some of these...
Next day my LA locust grasshoppers were back in Bras and bro-in-law brought me two dozen shirts too..... easy , at 7 U$ the piece.....

So , I only wear two kind of shirts...... ( and ONLY short sleaves too...)

American , but Indonesia or India made Hawaiian type rayon shirts and Tutti Tanto smooth and nice on your skin shirts... especially when the temperature gets close to 40 degrees Celsius..... In this shop , shirts only...... 84 U$ for 12 different shirts.... how about that ...?

São Paulo's metrô is clean,...

by mmanchack

São Paulo's metrô is clean, quiet, and fast, and the easiest way to move around the city; however, it is limited to just three lines. Because of this the travel capabilities are truly limited; if you can use it to get where you want to go, though, it's great. You can also buy integrated bus/metrô tickets, as many buses stop at the metrô stations, with the names of their destinations well marked.

Stations: The north-south line has terminals at Santana and Jabaquara (the Rodoviária from where buses to Santos depart) and also serves the Tietê Rodoviária and Luz train station. One of the east-west lines has terminals at Corinthians-Itaquera and Barra Funda, and intersects with the north-south line at Praça da Sé. The shorter east-west line crosses underneath Avenida Paulista from Ana Rosa to Clinicas stopping at the Museu de Arte (Trianon-Masp station).

Good luck!

You Have To Try The Tropical Fruits

by Shibiru about CAJU

The fruit has a lot o Vitamin C and is kind of sour...
it's tipical in the northeast of Brazil but u can find it almost everywhere.

The "thing" on top is the famous so called "brazilian nut"...as u see; it's not a nut :-)

normally u peel it off to eat... u can do wonderful caipirinhas with caju too.

"Camel?"

by elp

The street sellers are popular in several places like in the big "Avenida Paulista". But in the old city center the streets are crowd of them ( called Camelô) and we can buy almost everything but sometimes this is disturbed by the police.....

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