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... at a steakhouse and that, even if you are vegetarian, is an experience you can't miss in Brazil. As you sit down, everyone is given a piece of paper with a cow on it with sections drawn and numbered all across it (see picture). Each table is given a coin with green on one side and red on the other. Once you help yourself to the salad bar, you turn your coin on to the green side and the waiters start coming with meat and pointing to a ...
... 160;Paulo the main concert hall which holds 1500 people and is apparently one of the best in the world. We couldn’t go in as they were practicing but they sounded awesome and the building is lovely. We headed back on to the metro which is very modern, very safe and very effective. It’s one of the better ones I have been on in the world. We got off at Paulista and had lunch nearby in a really good kilo restaurant. These restaurants ...
I am being trusted to hit the road all by myself today. Armed with my highly recommended 'offline maps2' app on my smart phone I feel invincible as I walk many kilometeres to see the sights I have on my to do list.
The morning starts off cool- 16C according to the time/ temperature notice
I see along the way. Before three hours have passed it is 25C. São Paulo is like that, apparently- four seasons in a day.
First stop is a ...
... buildings, museums and old monuments. In fact, one of the other hotel guests actually asked us what we were doing there since it is the main business capital of Brazil. We took the metro to the Mercado Municipal, a massive food market where we were conned into buying fruit after being literally force-fed fruit by one of the vendors (my mum would have been proud of his persistence).
We then explored a small museum, where Sao Paulo was ...
I must start this post with a confession. I'm not very good at playing National Geographic correspondent and although I remembered my camera as I left for the party in Vila Madalena, I forgot that the memory card was in the computer. Unfortunately because of this I don't have my promised pictures for this post. It's made somewhat less of a shame by the fact that it would have been pretty hard to capture the spirit of that place in pictures. I'll try to in words.