Adagio Sao Paulo Berrini
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... was a well-deserved title.
To prove an earlier point, when Argentina lost in the finals, there were riots in the capital and Argentineans started fights in Sao Paulo and Rio. Brazil got creamed in the semi-finals and all that came out of it were internet memes. Man I love this country.
Lastly, I am so bummed the World Cup is over. I loved seeing flags everywhere and seeing people wearing yellow and green. ...
... the "wrong" semi. Nevertheless we put up with the mild disappointment, Perry and Bec cheered for Brazil as the only way we could see them play was if they made it to the finals. I sat torn...Brazil in the finals meant Germany kicked out...no chance to see Ozil, Schweinsteiger or Lahm to name a few...amazing players and something I would love to see in person, as I said; Torn!
As was customary ...
... bedroom and bed. I had a nice hot shower and a good nights sleep, despite the oppressive heat. In the morning I started my day watching some Olympics. Then Romulo and I ate some Feijoada, a typical Brazilian dish. We went to a giant urban park and visited the Afro-Brazilian museum. This museum was free, as are most in Sao Paolo, and it was one of the best museums I've visited this whole trip. Three floors of art and historical artifacts included modern, contemporary ...
... have bullet-proof windows. And their inhabitants are gorgeous, drop dead Latin gorgeous, and impeccably dressed. The men walk around with swagger and steely eyes, and women walk the streets as if they were straight out of central casting for an Enrique Iglesias video.
There’s not much culture or history here though, so non-working hours are mostly filled with eating. This neighborhood is a ...
... to see the difference in the people that frequent this mall compared to the mall that we visited a few days ago. The street that we were on was also littered with high-end car dealerships, and Porsche's, Mercedes, BMW's and Ferrari's were everywhere, stark contrast to some of the other areas we had been in. The contrast between rich and poor is evident every day as you move around the city of São Paulo.
We moved onto a little restaurant called Tree Gourmet ...