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... the ground staff were not ready. Then the door to exit the terminal was locked so we had to wait for someone to come and open it, by this stage I was really sensing I needed to run to get this done. I ran to passport control which was straightforward and then to terminal 2E, If you haven’t been to CDG you need to first get to your terminal and then take a bus to the Gate of your flight. I was utterly confused and someone had to explain twice to ...
... at the top. It's open on the half hour for free to see the views. Unfortunately, it closes between 12.30pm and 2.30pm which was right when we got there. So it was back on the metro to Luz to the Pinacoteca do Estacao, it was $6 Real to get in and had a good collection of Brazilian contemporary art. On the way to the gallery we stopped at a local cafe to grab some lunch. In Brazil you can ...
... their way to the church to finish preparations for the night. Oops.
Thankfully, I had met two of the four people before. And, as a typical church event, there was a way to be helpful. Chopping strawberries? Put me in coach. The kitchen crew grew as time passed. After a couple of failed attempts at conversation, I concentrated on my strawberry mound. By 8, we had reached capacity in the kitchen. I was relieved of my ...
Once back in Sao Paulo Andrew left a day later to head up north to catch up with some friends he had met whilst travelling through Europe. I decided to stay on in Sao Paulo spending time with friends before heading up to Rio to start a new tour.
Though Sao Paulo is not known for its touristic attraction, I had had a fantastic time. We were very lucky to see Sao Paulo on a different scale. Spending time with local people who are fiends makes ...
... in Praca Se before moving on to Corinthians football statdium, the Pacaembu. This houses the Brazilian football museum, which kept our attention (well at least mine) for a good few hours.
I had been eager to visit Sao Paulo just to see how big the place is. I had been advised by many not to go as it isn't a great place to visit, but I actually enjoyed it a lot. The city is very much like a ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed