Augusta Plaza Hotel
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... commerces dans ce coin de la ville. La sauce Brésilienne en gros!
Est-ce que tu suis? :p :)
Remarquez le temple Japonais représenté sur les panneaux pour traverser!
Entrée suivante à jour également.
No título diz tudo! :) Além do fato de que poderíamos expandir na área asiática de modo mais geral, mas aceno para japonês que fundou aqui a sua comunidade a 1910. ...
... they said, because of a new metro line. A reasonable meal but I was certainly ready for bed and declined what might have been a fun excursion with Andres and Rafael.
Next morning it was back to the institute for a further session with the municipality. I left at lunchtime to go to the airport. What a contrast! Only 30 minutes to get there and quickly through security so I had 2 hours to wait. I still found it astonishing that some of the roads had 10 lanes on each ...
... and rum does not make for a happy morning.
Checked out the football museum, which is one of the top rated things to do in Sao Paulo on TripAdvisor. Was it good? Well really it should be called the Museum of Brazilian football as it focusses almost entirely on Selecao (the Brazil team), famous Brazilian footballers, and a history of all Brazilian clubs, completely at the expense of anyone else in football other than a hilarious giant kaleidoscope of ...
... and back to Sao Paulo to mentally prepare ourselves for our return to reality… that's where the time went, on second thoughts I think we did well to manage all that in 3 short months :)
Brazil, has been really good and a lovely destination to end our travels in. We started in Rio, visiting the sugar loaf and seeing the beauty of the city from above at sunset. The first day we spent enjoying walks on Copacabana beach (I bored philipp to death ...
... along with the likes of Mexico city, new York and new Delhi. Sao Paulo: metro population 9 million, and a city with many hidden gems but nowhere more so than around our hostel. Over those days I hung out with Tom and Chris, 2 Aussie fellas from Melbourne. Who managed to find the best coffee in Sao Paulo on day 1, yuppy melbournites... Throughouthe evenings we scoped out a number of bars and found some ...