Bourbon Convention Ibirapuera
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... Brazil's best players, with a special section devoted to Garrincha and Pele (who never lost a game when both were playing together) and a comprehensive history of every world cup until 2010 with photos and videos not just of the event but other major world goings on being particularly interesting. For example in 1998 it had photos of prince Charles meeting the spice girls...and the world wide outbreak of tamogochis.
... and a friend of Rifaat's- Val- joined us and explained some of the cultural aspects of Brazil and their BBQs.
After the day's break we will be back to the football again with our second match in Sao Paulo and then our three day trip to Rio De Janeiro before our final three days in Sao Paulo- going quick but enjoying it greatly.
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Anto Gill ...
... 24 hours, our experience was very positive and we were able to get a taste of what Sao Paulo is about.
SP is definitely more of the business centre of Brazil. It is not especially pretty though the area of Jardim Paulista that we stayed in was quite beautiful with some lovely parks that made us feel like we were in the middle of the jungle as opposed to being in the middle of a huge city. I would say the city seemed quite cosmopolitan ...
... with Whitney from ACTE, who coordinates our stay here, and Louise, the VP of BMO Spend & Payment Solutions from Canada.
We first went to São Paulo's largest park called Ibirapuera. It very much reminded me of NY Central Park – lots of hills, greens, lakes... It was just a little more exotic with people selling fresh coconut water. We strolled around for about 2 hours. It was great fun watching paulistanos (inhabitants of São Paulo) ...
... the trip. My real impression was that I travelled half way around the world to see another New York City. And to be honest Sao Paolo is very much like NYC, in just about every way, except of course that the majority of people don't speak english...uhhh wait a minute...I guess that could be said about NYC too. Anyway, the first time I was really "wowed" in Brazil was at Hotel Unique and their nightclub/restaurant Bar Skye. ...