Carillon Plaza Hotel
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... 3:36 PM and ate for 42.75R. We enjoyed traditional mocoto which is a stew made with cows feet, beans, and assorted vegetables. We had enough left overs for dinner. When we finished it was 4:36PM so we took the bus back to our hotel so we got back at 6:32PM. We taught English again to the same students for 3 hours at the same price (65R/h) and managed to make 1170R. It was already 9:32PM and we were starving so we ate the leftovers. By time we finished it was 10:32 PM so we got ...
... bus. We were a little bit gutted as we assumed this was the same type of bus we'd had last time, and there were a few minutes of dread wondering what we'd end up with if that was actaully considered the super duper bus. There was as it turns out nothing to worry about; the bus we ended up on was a double decker but had the same kind of seats as the bus from Paraty, begging the question what exactly makes a premium bus so super duper. ...
... building took a little longer than it should have done (1.5 hours instead of 40 minutes). Billy refused to ask for directions as he wanted to feel in the know . Luckily we arrived just in time to get the free entrance up. The view was amazing, it's true when people say São Paulo is an endless city of building. As far as the eye see buildings surrounded us from all angles. We also bumped into Kelsey at the viewing point, the gang was back together. Rob ...
Today we met with Atlantica Hotels International group, which has many hotels (including the Raddison we are staying at and the Clarion we visited as well). I was most impressed with the Clarion Hotel. In the US, Clarion is seen as a budget-friendly hotel. It is not fancy and is not seen as a major player in Business Travel, but the Clarion in São Paulo is very different. They are a very nice facility with luxurious hotel rooms and corporate long-stay apartments. ...
... out that Sao Paulo has the largest Japanese population outside of Japan..
We got off of the bus and we all walked up the street and gathered in a McDonald's. Unlike home, it wasn't exactly "inside". Although we were out of the rain, it was an open front McDonald's, as it turns out many stores and food places are in the Southeast of Brazil. This was different than anywhere I've ever been. Fernando got us some rain ponchos and we continued our ...