Clarion Hotel Faria Lima
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Swimming pool
- Concierge desk
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... of the milk and cheese in the hotel until 3:00 PM. We took 30 minutes to walk to the bus stop and at 3:30 the bus arrived and we got on for 10R per person for our full trip since the bus system was ran by the same company. Early on we had a few times where we had to swap buses and go from bus terminal to bus terminal but finally we got on the bus that took us ...
... upon layer of ham with a bit of melted cheese in the middle. I washed it down with a black beer. It doesn't taste quite as nice on draft. When we left the place the queue had at least tripled so it was well timed, but this must be the busiest it gets being lunch time on a Saturday.
Germany and Holland cut out to catch a bus to whereever they were going, so us remaining three went for a bit of an explore of the city. ...
... to stick it out as nothing else was open. We found ourselves feeling very sorry of the girls up on the podium. The next day we were exhausted and had a long bus journey ahead of us so we just chilled out the the boys, played some cards, prepared our dinner and had a great milkshake. We headed to the bus station were we met Kelsey and it was time for our first 16 hour bus journey. São Paulo was great, we hadn't heard good reviews, however we really enjoyed ourselves and met great ...
... holiday in São Paulo, which is why we had no meetings and enough time to explore the city. First, we went to the Museo do Futebol (Soccer Museum) in the Estádio Municipal Paulo Machado de Carvalho. It was great fun learning about the history of Brazilian soccer, their artistic techniques to handle the ball and their passion for the game. I did not know that Brazil is the only country that has participated in all World Cups and has won most of them (5 times). The ...
... for exactly the reason that it sounds like; the people mvoed from downtown because it was getting "dirty" and they mvoe to a cleaner, nicer part fo the town.
Fernando described our lunch destination as "food from the farm". Everything was local cuisine as people may otherwise eat if they were cooking for themselves. The traditional dish with beans and rice and various "meats" in a sauce was not really for me. I love meat, but I don't each ...