Adagio Sao Paulo Berrini
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... which look like little eiffel towers. They are all lit up in different colours at night, one even changes colour and one sparkles!
We wandered round looking for somewhere to eat but there aren't many places on Avenida Paulista. It being our first night there, we didnt want to drift too far so we went to a food stand on the street selling a local delicacy, pastels. These are kind of like pasties but with sweet dough instead of pastry. You can get sweet ...
... Schoti, GetThere CSM for LatAm. They gave us an overview of Brazil 2013 tourism data: 13,203 travel agencies, 9,592 hotel properties, 2,083 car rental companies, 48 airlines: 9 domestic and 39 international and 5th largest cruise market with 805,000 passengers boarded on cruise season. Moreover, we learned that Brazilians travel mostly to Orlando, Miami, Buenos Aires and Santiago.
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... that he is only collecting the data you allow him to collect. He is not stepping into your living room and stealing your personal information, but the reality is that your information is out there whether you like it or not and they know more about you and your preferences than you think. The amazing thing is that this is what Google and other search engines and IT companies are doing. The only difference is that he is rebundling it and making it specific ...
... in a Brazilian night club leading to the death of over 200 revellers.
The next day we take a stroll through Ibirapuera park, a vast green expanse where Paulista´s go to chill out and escape the daily grind. A grand stone monument adorns the entrance as a homage to the explorers who founded this great city. Most museums are shut on Mondays so we instead decide to explore the Vila Madalena area. It is a bohemian neighbourhood with many little hills, upmarket ...
... sight like you get from the top of the Rockefeller building or St Peter's Basilica but it really put into perspective just how big the city was - 40km of buildings - there was no room for anything else! Apparently Sao Paulo has the same population as the whole of Australia!!!! We then headed for the Catedral da Se and got caught in a thunderstorm - the rain bucketed it down. We took refuge in the cathedral and awaited the rain to stop. Even ...