Caesar Park Sao Paulo - Internacional Airport
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... is still hard to find a church to rival the alter in Copacabana. The centre was a bit of a let down to be honest not nearly what we thought it would be like. So we headed off west to check out the bohemian sector. We stumbled into a cemetry, which at first glance didnīt seem to big. But when we walked further in it just dropped away reveiling hundreds more graves. As we found the bohemian sector we found all the graffiti art on ...
So I thought i'd update you all on the last couple of weeks in Sao Paulo. I have decided to make the blog a bit factual as well so when I do write about a place I’m going to give you a bit of background as well (especially for you Mum). So Sao Paulo is a major city in Brazil located on a plateau of 760m above sea level. It is the de facto capital of Brazil, being the most important city, comercially, financially, industrially and culturally. It has a population of ...
... from the gym left to watch SPFC play Vasco at the Futbol Stadium. My first time at a Prof Futbol match. It was a good experience, though the home team lost to Vasco (from Rio) 0 - 2. Ah well, a nice end to the weekend.
I took a few photos of the local area, a couple bars that we went to, and of the futbol match we went to. Again once I get more training in, I'll hopefully have more photos from the Academy itself.
Anyway, here are the few photos I do ...
... the obscenely long check in queue, I settled in at my boarding gate with my last South American supper - coffee, pao de queijo (favourite cheese bread from Brazil) and an alfajore (favourite sweet treat from Argentina).
Today was always going to be difficult but not only was I not brutally murdered by marauding gangs, I'm actually leaving with a sense of ... everything, feeling very much alive! For better or worse, the journey has begun.
... that he bought in the US to call New Zealand from Argentina...while the Beach Boys played in the background bar. Reminded me of when we were in southern Chile when I wore my Patagonia jacket--made in Santa Barbara--and saw people wearing "Surf LA" shirts made in China.) As our bus rolled into Sao Paulo, we passed a Wal-Mart and several McDonalds branches. Those signs of U.S. economic hegemony may gross me out, but others make me smile. While Dan and I were at a juice bar ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center