Pestana Sao Paulo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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A great evening with a bunch of the best people we know... a few demonstrations as we walked down Paulista, and a fun after party it was fun to see a few pics of us and Spencer scholling thru as folks and Ubi talked... and we had a fun get together at an outdoor cafe...
... to get to the hotel. Cirsty worried he won't be back in time, until she remembers that he has an hour to investigate before the line even starts to move. He returns with news that there is a free airport shuttle for the Mercure hotel. Cirsty feels like this day might just be OK after all. By the time 9am rolls around line has tripled in size. Luckily line moves quickly. With tickets in hand the ...
... a kind of gate. At first I thought the man sitting against the side was in some sort of steam punk style wheelchair for people that are handicapped all over, I see a membership checker at the Costco in a similar contraption so I extrapolated. I didn’t want to stare and I played like I saw nothing out of the ordinary. In fact it was the fare taker in a special cage with a gate and cash box. I rode for a ...
So here I am. After weeks of preparations, clearing out my flat and buying pretty much everything Globetrotter has got to offer I finally got started. 2,5 hours to Lisbon, 5 h stop over, 12 h to Sao Paulo (or better said: some airport 90 k away), 2 h bus to Sao Paulo and finally a taxi for about half an hour. Anyway - about midnight I arrived at the hostel.
Hostel Alice is a nice little hostel in a good area that served as excellent ...
... wrote it off to the price you pay for eating in a fancy shopping centre, but that was just the beginning of the bleeding! Lonely Planet, of all things, suggested a quaint little restaurant in the neighbouring suburb of Jardins. We arrived at the place around 8pm to find an old looking barn all bolted up. The only giveaway that the place actually existed was a queue of people waiting outside. Midge managed to consult our trusted little phase book to construct a simple ...