Bourbon Convention Ibirapuera
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... in a food court at a local shopping centre however after a few bites I couldn't eat anything. When we finally saw the beach we marvelled for about 20 minutes then trudged back to the bus. The bus ride home was quick and the subway even quicker. We arrived back in Vila Mariana (where our hostel is) in São Paulo and hit up Mexican for dinner. This involved a greasy cheesy affair (pictures included) and a chilli which I didn't expect to be as hot as it was. ...
... pizzas quality to be very standard all over the world (how do you screw up bread and cheese?). We searched for a pizza parlour anyways and... had mediocre pizza.
On our walk back to our hotel we noticed there was one road with no cars driving on it. Now, like North America it seems South America relies on the automobile. A road without cars seemed so out of the ordinary. My friend had heard of this, they close an elevated highway in Sao Paulo at night so people can jog or bike ...
... proceeded to gate 1A. The picture shows the chaos as people tried to squeeze into the departure area. Virtually no place to sit and no signs announcing when to board. By 9:30 we realized that no one from our group was in the room so we starting asking everyone with an official looking uniform if we were in the right place. "Yes" they all replied. However, an Asian man ...
... like a back fire but clearly not to a knowledgable ear. Then more....POP.....POP POP....POP-POP-POP-POPOPOPOPOPOP. And the police cars passed by. A flurry of shots in quick succession followed by the sounds of the sirens heading back our way, "pops" following closely behind. By the time they passed the hostile again most people where on the floor except my dumb ass, looking out the window. All in all I estimate somewhere between 30-40+ rounds fired just in ...
... been told by some of the locals that this parade ranks a close second to Carnival down here. It was pretty cool to have been a part of.
Well it's now about 6:15 in Sao Paolo and I'm going to pop a 5 hour energy so I can make it through dinner as I feel my eyes getting kind of heavy. Our welcome dinner tonight is scheduled for 8PM at a place called Capim Santo which I here is an excellent rodizio style ...