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... is a football museum, which celebrates in the main all the Brazilian heros. Starting with Charles Miller, who brought football to Brazil. Then all the famous Brazilian players like Pele, Garincha, Zico, Socrates, Ronaldo just to name a few. It has soccer history of all the decades that Brazil won the world cup. The Football museum is a great place to visit if you are football lover.
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... around the city admiring the buildings and made our way to the Japanese section of the city to check out a Japanese market. Fun fact about Sao Paulo is that they have the largest population of Japanese people outside of Japan! We had a nice Japanese lunch in that area as well.
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... restaurant, Amineiria. The pictures will speak for themselves. Different types of salads, rice, black beans, corn meal, couscous, other grains and the hearty black bean with mixed meat soup, Feijoada. As if that wasn't enough the parade of meat on a skewer kept coming until our stomach just couldn't take anymore. Yet we found room for dessert that was just out of this world. Some of the food reminded me so much ...
... fruits considered as "exotic" back in Europe : papaya, goyava, passion fruit... Yummy. They have different varieties of those too, including several varieties of pineapples and I'm going to taste them all ! This is a shop where you can find ovomaltine, nutella (mmhhhhh), but also mustard, spices... well, basically a supermarket where I can shop, that has a good selection of organic and natural products too. There's kitchenware which I can relate to, flowers, stuff that makes ...
... ourselves which were delicious. After a very satisfying lunch we headed to the Santander building where you can go to the top floor for great views over Sao Paulo. The urban sprawl on display from this height is amazing! There is Sao Paulo for as far as the eye can see. Once we got back to our hostel we had a well deserved rest after a long say on our feet. We are keen to leave this hostel so had an early dinner and went to ...
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