Carillon Plaza Hotel
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... cobbled streets and Lima is more of a soulless mega-city with a Western feel to it. The city also has a statue of Christ overlooking it from a hilltop very similar to Cristo Redentor in Rio de Janeiro, but smaller. History stuff I learned: Cusco was the capital of the Quechua people, who were ruled by the Incas (the Incas were the 12 kings who ruled the population) and all the ancient citadels of the Incas were built around Cusco in a spider's web fashion, with all roads leading ...
... and I am really pumped up for tomorrow! He is a super fit guy totally into sport, he has his own health plan which he follows strictly and just keeps fit. He is a professional muy thai boxer, which I find awesome and I hope I can pick up a few things from him in terms of keeping healthy and stuff. Good idol to have in this area definitely. What is also super cool is that he said he will give me free muy thai lessons when in 1.5 weeks(he is on holiday between) and that is ...
... visited the shopping district around Rua Oscar Freire. This is a street similar to Rodeo Drive in LA but I thought the mega luxury brands were missing (they are apparently in a mall nearby), it was more like Reagent/Oxford Street in London.
We then met my friend Aragon (a native of SP who lives with me in Araraquara) at the central market and tried lots of different Brazilian foods (i'll do a separate entry ...
After our meeting, we went with Rodrigo and Marcia to a traditional Brazilian Steakhouse, Churrascaria Novilho de Prata. We enjoyed a variety of delicious meats, while talking more with them about BCD. It was great to experience some Brazilian culture while in good company. We all left extremely full and happy from the meal and all of the new knowledge! Overall, it was another great day in Sao Paulo!
... was a little heavy so the tour was brief.
12pm - Lunch at a local Brazilian buffet restaurant.
This was a great opportunity to try a variety of Brazilian foods. I had everything from the black bean soup to the roasted pork and oxtails. Everything was delicious!
2pm - Check in hotel Caesar Business Paulista
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