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Learn a little of the pace of São Paulo

Do not die without: understand Sao Paulo
Posted on January 20, 2014 by Eduardo Benesi

Não morra sem: entender São Paulo
Publicado em 20 de janeiro de 2014 por Eduardo Benesi

It was once the driver who hated the biker who hated the bus who hated cyclist who hated the pedestrian who hated drivers umbrellas. The core focus of irritation paulistanas a chaotic scenario called transit. But not to generalize.

São Paulo has the Paulista Avenue, a young woman with eyeglasses, who loves art and noise, by scouting the hyperactive buildings, which carries the burden of the host.

The São Paulo has a speed and very anxious, have bouts of anger at those who do not adapt to our trot. Walking slowly is almost a certificate of "I'm not here." But not to generalize.

Has that neighborhood-lady, Vila Mariana, the old nostalgia, feet pomegranate and houses with peeling colors: a hug from grandma.

In São Paulo competition happens even in transit: when you stop the car at the lighthouse and the nearby car range will also dent, note that it will always find a way to stop a little before him. But not to generalize.

São Paulo has to Pompeii, one neighborhood that runs at 60 degrees, that has people talking loudly, has blues and copaiba has palmeirenses thousand.

If you come out get ready: will mimic his accent. Correct Portuguese here is a constant, has a lot of self-centeredness that those who think that the correct language is only local. But not to generalize.

São Paulo has Pines: late afternoon neighborhood, the tight balconies, the benedita bohemian, beer below 0, architects and sofas, Theodoros and musical instruments stores.

São Paulo is an expert in losing the trailer for the film, you know the background on one day and the next pretend not to know you. But not to generalize.

Sao paulo is Bixiga: affective warmth, the taste of basil, the braçudas breasts, the comfortable vibe, love the pomodoro neighborhood.

Here, you will indirectly ask what is your position: "What you doing in life?", And you need to be doing something, invent something, otherwise you're a bum poet. But not to generalize.

São Paulo has the Frei Mug, street pink, the hump protest, unforgettable beijasso of festive people, figures that "ahazam".

In São Paulo is only 10 minutes delay after delay itself. The subway is a core of people rolling their timelines by Smartphone. A crowd smiling at small screens. But not to generalize.

São Paulo suffers from the hangover of euphoria: too lazy to call the next day, and on Sundays there just after 3pm. But not to generalize.

São Paulo has the March 25, sweaty street, that car does not have time, catalogs Nike pirate, a device that makes massage without permission, price bananas.

Want to irritate a São Paulo? Walk cordon (couples or groups who close a narrow passage because they were walking side by side) and you will be cursed in thought. Stop at the left of the escalator and you will be guilty of a whole team delay. We are neurotic, no doubt. But not to generalize.

São Paulo has the Mooca, caloric neighborhood, the concerned mother, thick crust pizza, the innocent Rabiola, the mischievous muleques, sunset Sunday at Juventus.

São Paulo rhymes with bologna, gray, flooding, air conditioning, planned Hortinhas, neighborhood pizzeria, drizzle, motorcycle courier in the rearview, and more love please.

São Paulo has the Ibira, Park and healed without-shirt that loves a bike. has the Vila Madalena, girl skirt with tennis, which does not reach the blackberries foot and asks trials without pro help young side.

Brooklin has bugs and has light. Redondo has Capon has several aunts and Yakult. Has the Morumbi and Vila Leopoldina, and has no place I know. São Paulo is the place where child custody armadillo ball in the pocket, and men-wagon carrying their resumes life back

São Paulo is the host city of paradoxes, but not to generalize.

Era uma vez o motorista que odiava o motoqueiro que odiava o ônibus que odiava o ciclista que odiava o pedestre que odiava condutores de guarda-chuvas. O núcleo das irritações paulistanas se concentram num cenário caótico chamado trânsito. Mas não da pra generalizar.

São Paulo tem a Avenida Paulista, uma moça com óculos de grau, que adora arte e barulho, que nos espia por prédios hiperativos, que carrega o fardo da anfitriã.

O paulistano possui uma velocidade própria e ansiosa, temos crises de irritação com quem não se adapta ao nosso trote. Andar devagar é quase um atestado de “não sou daqui”. Mas não da pra generalizar.

Tem aquela bairro-senhora, a Vila Mariana, da nostalgia idosa, dos pés de romã e casinhas com cores descascando: um abraço de vó.

Em São Paulo a concorrência acontece inclusive no trânsito: quando você para o carro no farol e o automóvel da faixa vizinha também vai brecar, repare que ele sempre vai dar um jeito de frear um pouco a sua frente. Mas não da pra generalizar.

São Paulo tem a Pompeia, aquele bairro que corre em 60 graus, que tem gente falando alto, tem blues e copaíbas, tem palmeirenses mil.

Se você vem de fora se prepare: vão imitar seu sotaque. Corrigir português aqui é uma constante, tem muito daquele egocentrismo de quem acha que a linguagem correta é somente a local. Mas não da pra generalizar.

São Paulo tem Pinheiros: bairro de fim de tarde, das varandas apertadas, da boemia benedita, da cerveja abaixo de 0, de arquitetos e sofás, de instrumentos teodoros e lojas musicais.

Paulistano é especialista em perder o trailer do filme, de te conhecer a fundo em um dia e no seguinte fingir que não te conhece. Mas não da pra generalizar.

São paulo tem o Bixiga: bairro do calor afetivo, do gosto de manjericão, das mamas braçudas, da vibração confortável, do amor pomodoro.

Aqui, vão te perguntar indiretamente qual é o seu cargo: “O que você ta fazendo da vida?”, e você precisa estar fazendo algo, invente qualquer coisa, do contrário você é um poeta vagabundo. Mas não da pra generalizar.

São Paulo tem a Frei Caneca, rua cor de rosa, do rebolado protesto, do beijasso inesquecível, de gente festeira, das figuras que “ahazam”.

Em São Paulo só é atraso 10 minutos depois do próprio atraso. O metrô é uma central de gente rolando suas timelines pelo Smartphone. Uma multidão sorrindo pra pequenas telas. Mas não da pra generalizar.

Paulistano sofre da ressaca da euforia: tem preguiça de ligar no dia seguinte, e aos domingos, só existe depois das 3 da tarde. Mas não da pra generalizar.

São Paulo tem a 25 de Março, rua suada, que carro não tem vez, dos catálogos de Nike pirata, de aparelho que faz massagem sem permissão, de preços bananas.

Quer irritar um paulistano? Ande em cordão de isolamento (casais ou grupos que fecham uma passagem estreita por estarem andando lado a lado) e você será muito xingado em pensamento. Pare na esquerda da escada rolante e você será culpado por todo um atraso coletivo. Somos neuróticos, não duvide. Mas não da pra generalizar.

São Paulo tem a Mooca, bairro calórico, de mãe preocupada, da pizza massa grossa, da rabiola inocente, dos muleques travessos, do sol de domingo no Juventus.

São Paulo rima com mortadela, cinza, alagamento, ar condicionado, hortinhas planejadas, pizzaria de bairro, garoa, motoboy no retrovisor, e mais amor por favor.

São Paulo tem o Ibira, parque sarado e sem-camisa que adora uma bicicleta. Tem a Vila Madalena, moça de saia com tênis, que não alcança as amoras do pé e pede sem ensaios pro moço do lado ajudar.

Tem o Tatuapé e tem bichinhos de luz. Tem Capão Redondo e tem várias tias do Yakult. Tem o Morumbi e a Vila Leopoldina, e tem lugar que eu nem conheço. São Paulo é lugar onde criança guarda o tatu-bola no bolso, e dos homens-carroça que levam seus resumos de vida nas costas

São Paulo é cidade-sede dos paradoxos, mas não da pra generalizar.

Why should you stay in a hostel?

What type of stay you looking for a trip?
You are a supporter of the most cost-effective to invest more at other options such as tours? A luxurious stay? A cozy stay?
Different people travel and look for different styles of places to stay. Each type has a guest profile and by a preferred host according to this profile.
But there is a type of hosting that is growing in the guests' wishes, by combining comfort, money, opportunity to meet people and share experiences.
If you do not know a hostel, and not know why you choose to stay in one, we select a few reasons that the hostel will make your new point, whenever we travel.
Wondering differential hostel? Here are some of them.

# 1. Meet people from around the world
Why be an alternative hosting with great cost benefit, the hostel attracts guests from all over the world.
Many tourists prefer to stay in a hostel and enjoy to invest money on sightseeing and other details.
Thus, staying at a hostel can be a great opportunity to meet people from different parts of Brazil and the world.
And, as the environment of the hostel is open and focused on the exchange of experiences, you can not only meet many tastes and behaviors of various parts of Brazil and the world.
When staying in a hostel, you not only have the opportunity to meet new people, but also have the opportunity to exchange experiences and meet people from different countries and different cultures.

# 2. Best place to find points
Only in a hostel is possible to know the coolest points of the city, as the day on which the entry is free at MASP, or in the football museum, or what to do on Monday.
With the exchange of experiences between guests and staff of the hostel, you need to find out what the best programs, the best things to do and when.
The same way, as important as knowing what to do is to know what not to do. In the hostel, with the exchange of information, ideas and experiences, guests can not only tips of what to do, but also what not to do.
In addition to discovering programs into account and cheaper, the hostel is full of cult programs, exhibitions, concerts and alternative agendas dish.
In a city like São Paulo, this means having all program types and options to do with hundreds of options for all tastes, cultures and budgets.

# 3. The location is usually unbeatable
When staying at the Hostel Paulista you are within 1 minute of one of the most famous avenues in São Paulo: Paulista Avenue.
Thus, a guest ensure the best possible locations in São Paulo, as well as being close to everything: restaurants, malls, bookstores, theater, cinema, bars, nightclubs and underground.
The Hostel The Paulista unites the comfort of being hosted in a central, easily accessible, with the convenience of being close to everything a guest needs without paying a fortune for it.
Hardly a guest can find a low cost option for staying in central areas like Avenida Paulista.

# 4. The best value
We talked about money all the time up here. But when we talk about money, we are talking about the best hosting option that a guest may have, without paying too expensive just to sleep.
In a hostel, the guest pays much cheaper than a hotel, interact with other guests because of the relaxed and familiar environment.
The mission of The Hostel Paulista, for example, is to make everyone who passes by the hostel feel that this is their home in São Paulo.
This, coupled with the more relaxed atmosphere of São Paulo, with people from various states and regions, ready to interact and exchange their experiences and life. When a guest leaves, he always takes more than brought.

# 5. Common environments to increase interaction between people
A hostel usually has several common areas so that people can meet, talk, interact and exchange experiences.
With the common areas of The Hostel Paulista, for example, you will have an unforgettable travel experience, it will share their experiences and knowledge around people from different parts of the world, making friends with people from anywhere.
In addition to common areas such as a TV room, kitchen and pantry, living rooms, and home theater, we shared rooms.
When people think in shared rooms, think of mess, but not quite how it works. The Hostel in the Paulista respect comes first, and the exchange of experiences can be made at any time.
Come and live a unique experience
Staying in a hostel offers benefits and a unique atmosphere. If the money, a good location, the opportunity to meet people and share experiences is what you seek in your travels, the hostel is the right place for you.
Our family, relaxed and cozy atmosphere made to help you feel at home even if you are away from home.
Book now and enjoy all the best of Sao Paulo in The Hostel Vila Mariana.

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