Pestana Sao Paulo
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We arrived into São Paulo around 5pm and got a taxi straight to 'Beats Hostel'. We were greeted at reception by an American guy who called himself Richard. The reason I say that is because we're not sure if that's definitely his real name. We had been told about Richard from Oran who we met in Salvador. He explained to us that Ric*********** the run from the authorities in the U.S for defrauding a lot of people out of their money. You could make the argument that Richard is as much of a ...
... up the street. There were plenty of bars and they were busy, but they all have seating. This means that people just sit down with their friends so it is very hard to interact and meet new people. We chatted to a few groups of people out on the street corners about where to go and what to do (ncluding a girl who looked a bit like Rachel Stevens) and eventually sat down with a group till about three but the evening felt like a bit of a bust. ...
... 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 ...
... very interactive, so I took the opportunity to measure my shot and scoring a goal. Thirty-seven kilometres per hour – well, I wore sandals... Anyway, professional soccer player kick it three times faster. I would never ever want to be a keeper!
One part of the museum had enormous screens showing some fan reactions during the game. I have never been to a soccer match before, but watching these people cheering, jumping, chanting and going crazy as soon ...
... juggler at the top- juggling 5 balls at once- pretty talented. The observatory also gave us a good view of the storm that was coming, so we headed back to the hostel and made it just in time. There was more heavy rain, so I occupied myself with the Super Nintendo at the hostel (circa 1992 ish). It is scary how much Donkey Kong country I remember. So much wasted brain space.
Tuesday- February 19
A 6:30am start before heading to the bus station for our 6 hour bus trip to Rio. ...