Travel Inn Park Avenue

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Alameda Jau, 358, Jardins Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo, State of Sao Paulo, 01420-000, Brazil
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Forum Posts

Where to watch rugby league in Sao Paulo?

by yozzer

Is there anyone in the Central Sao Paulo area that is a Rugby League Fan? And could tell me anywhere I could watch the Challenge Cup Final at Wembley Stadium on Saturday the 30th of August



The match is between St. Helens v Hull RLFC 11am SP time

Regards Keith

Re: Where to watch rugby league in Sao Paulo?

by bahiana77

Maybe one of the Irish bars, like O'Malley's, Corcoran's, Finnegan's....

(I would also post this question on www.gringoes.com, the expat forum which has a lot of S.P. residents.0

Re: Where to watch rugby league in Sao Paulo?

by Kakapo2

Hey - Brazil is the country of football! ;-)

Re: Where to watch rugby league in Sao Paulo?

by thomaz1234

Hey!
Well, I don't think you will find a place to watch Rugby League here. You must know, but soccer is the most popular sport here. Therefore, it's not so easy to watch other sports, such as basketball,voley, as soccer.
Besides, Rugby is not known by the population. Some people who have already traveled to USA know Rugby, but I can garantee you that very few people know.
Restaurants and bars don't let their television on at sports. Normally, they put musical shows and, sometimes, a soccer game, but never a RUGBY game. Trust me.
If you are keen on sports, Morumbi Stadium is worth a visit, even if you don't like soccer or don't understand much about it.

Travel Tips for São Paulo

Chopping around

by MrAviator2u

Hey,

In Brazil with horrendous traffic, muggings, and flooding due to rains, many wealthy Paulista choose to hop from rooftop to rooftop. Pay attention to the skys and you will see them hop scotching from building to building. In Sampa, women go shopping and youngster go clubbing via helicopters. You can take a scenic tour out of Campo de Marte airport too.

Have fun

Shopping is Fun in here....

by andrezin83 about Shopping Malls!

Sao Paulo has about 30 huge shopping malls. The largest one is Ibirapuera, with 520 shops in 4 floors. The best one is Morumbi Shopping, which is also big. If you like expensive shopping... try Iguatemi... it has a local branch of Tiffany´s, Armani, and other stores. Rua Oscar Freire is the city´s hotspot for expensive shopping. Armani, Diesel, Prada, Gucci... everything´s here. I don´t like it though... I just hate those up-nosed snobbish women who have nothing to do but spend money... ugh. Sao Paulo is Latin America´s fashion capital city. Brazilian fashion is similar to the European trends. To dress, for Brazilians, is almost as important as eating. We consider it very important. So, eventhough we are casual people, we tend to match and always be as stylish as possible.
If your looking for crafts, you will probably find some from your own country! The city, as I said, is cosmopolitan and it has things from all over the world. Small flea markets and fairs happen all over the city. From non expensive to very expensive!

Main Bus station -Rodoviaria Tiete

by mangueirense

After the terminal in New York, this terminal is considered to be one of the largest of the world. It serves directly 565 localities in all the states of Brazil, with the exception of Amazonas and Acre, as well as four countries (Uruguay, Paraguay, Argentina and Chile). It offers a special line to the airports of Congonhas and Guarulhos, and a ride sharing automobile service Sao Paulo - Santos.

It is located at the Av. Cruzeiro do Sul, 1800, in the city district of Vila Guilherme.
To get to the bus station get out of the metro-station named "Tiete" (blue line)

Terminal Rodoviario Governador Carvalho Pinto-Rodoviaria Tiete
Avenida Cruzeiro do Sul, 1.800- Vila Guilherme

From this webpage it is possible to get advanced bus tickets delivered home (if you live -or your hotel is- in Sao Paulo, Diadema Tabo?o da Serra , Guarulhos, Osasco, Embu das Artes, Santo Andr?, Alphaville, Mau?, S?o Bernardo do Campo, Cotia, Ferraz de Vasconcelos, S?o Caetano do Sul and Carapicu?ba and if you leave from SAo Paulo's bus stations:
http://www.passagem-em-domicilio.com.br

24-hour Bakery

by Elainehead about Galeria dos Pães

Besides finding the same usual things of a bakery, here you can also find wines, cheese, beer, French pâtes, Swiss chocolate. Breakfast, brunch and lunch/snack are served upstairs.

We had an early breakfast here after a music festival. There's a self-service buffet with cold (sandwiches, snacks) or hot food (soup, eggs, bacons, etc), sweet (juices, fruit, rolls, cakes, etc) to salty stuff. If you are looking for a calm place, avoid going on early Sunday mornings. Why? Because you will finds lots of people coming for discos/bars and they are usually drunk and most of the times loud.

Free parking (keep the ticket and validate it at the cash desk once you leave)

Consolação Graveyard

by victor.arakawa

This catholic cemetery contains plenty of sculptures made by famous artists, and is the resting place of many notorious brazilians. From the mistress of the former Emperor Dom Pedro I (1822), who donate the space to the church for the construction of the place, to artists, intelectuals and an ex-president.

TIP: Try to visit it in Nov, 2nd. When we celebrate the after life of the dead ones. The place is filled with flowers.

Don´t go alone. The place is very big and its a real maze. The lack of security make it unsafe sometimes.

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