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Only here for 1 night for a connection onto Iguazu falls This is Brazil's largest city. We had a morning stroll to Ibirapuera park which is in the city centre and watched a bit of the marathon that was taking place. We have loved Brazil and now very excited to see Argentina! Next stop ...
... were Brazilians protesting something followed a by scheduled, intentionally violent riot over the bus increase. The violent protests were apparently well organized and when it started you did not want to be around. Tear gas, stun grenades and rubber bullets were the party favors of the police only to be matched by rocks, spray paint, Molotov's and the occasional knife or gun gun brought by the obliging anarchist revelers....if you believe the news ...
... metro so I needed to transfer a few times. The first transfer
was also on foot instead of a train. I didn’t know this at the start and
ended up doing a few circles in the wrong train and had to go back to
where I started. After a few more tries I finally figured it out and
made it home all safe and sound.
That’s about it for today, it didn’t feel like much but that was quite a few words. Guess is was an alright day. ...
... of transportation, especially to get around these streets. It is traffic that even someone from LA or DC would not understand until having to actually drive in it!
Nevertheless, we found it! .....the BMW dealership, our contact Junior, and the general manager Ricardo, who welcomed us and spent the rest of the afternoon helping to give Popo the much needed restoration and fixes. We got a great deal on labor to install ...
... served in glass, when requested and it can be ordered WITH or withOUT bubbles. The rest area contained one of the popular fast food restaurants called "Frango", which means chicken. It's like a McDonald's, but with more bread-type foods.
Along the way, you can see this area of Brasil is very hilly, with people learning to build their homes right up the hillside. Those people with less money, typically build ...
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