Augusta Boulevard Hotel Sao Paulo
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Our final day in Brazil began with an early cup of coffee with Marco, followed by him driving us to the airport to catch our 9 am flight through São Paulo, and eventually to Asuncion, Paraguay. Our eleven hour layover in São Paulo begged us to explore the largest city not only in Brazil, but the largest city proper in the southern hemisphere. Though mostly all we wanted to do on this day of travel and transition was to find a ...
... environmental impact evaluations.
After the presentation we headed downstairs to their employee recreation area. They have an outside area where employees can go to relax, get some coffee from the coffee shop, and just get some fresh air. To me it resembled a Zen garden type place, and even had swings. We boarded the bus to head off to lunch.
Along the way we passed the Congonhas airport, which is one of the busiest airports in Brazil due to it's ...
... info booth.
If a trip to a latin country is in your future, here is what I have learned over the past few years and reminded of today:
-Few, if any, streets are laid out in a grid
-Most streets are named after historic figures but you would have to have an advanced degree in local history to know who they are. So really they are just people’s names, their full names. In Latin countries, that is not a small sign. To make ...
... the experiences she has been through and the new challenges she is embarking on. Luckily for me I sensed her brightness and energy so we put a plan together for the afternoon which included visiting the grave of Ayrton Senna, a museum exhibition, checking out a couple of neighbourhoods and then finishing by watching the hobbit (in Spanish) with subtitles (provided on screen and by Carine ("ha ha ha").
For one of Brazils most adored and revers ...
... extremely confused and consulted all their other friends who also looked confused. Luckily our guardian angel, Hebert, stopped to ask if we needed help and translated for us. Long story short, we were in the wrong bus station and had therefore missed the bus. In our defence the ticket just said "Sao Paulo", and I for one had no idea there was another bus station. Hebert was lovely and tried to sort it all out for us, but the company we ...