Atibaia Residence Hotel
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... mere metropolis status. SP is the real magalopolis.
Debs advised me and Aidan do a walking tour of SP so we could get some orientation although to be honest that was never going to be easy in just a few days in such a massive city. We went to a main square and joined about sixty others on a four hour traipse around down-town. The tour guide said she had never had this many people on a tour and said the city felt very different due to the influx of ...
... another money spinning idea. We had decided to stock up on beers from the supermarket and head out to the street party to re-sell them. The World Cup was in full flow and huge crowds had flocked to the streets to celebrate. We were doing OK until one particular bunch, I think local, took a disliking to the fact that I, a foreigner or gringo in their eyes, had rocked up to the world cup and was trying to sell beer to them at what they saw as inflated prices. The leader of ...
... area of Higienopolis in downtown Sao Paolo. One of the biggest highlights of the day was getting to see the Estadio Municipal Paolo Machado de Carvalho which our tour guide told us was the futbol stadium where such greats like Pele, Ronaldo and Rohnaldinho have all played before.
We had lunch at a local restaurant near where our hotel was located, and it was amazing traditional Brazilian food served ...
... told was 'where the Brazilians go to celebrate carnival- a less commercial local celebration!
Cloudy and wet in Sao Paulo today but determined to see what the city has to offer.....
1. Find an umbrella from one of the umbrella vendors who pop up out of nowhere on every street corner once the downpour starts!
2. Head to the launderette and throw on a wash, followed by a trip to "Raful" for a falafel for brunch! Swing by the flashy mall off main street in St Paulo and play "what you would buy" (if room ...