Comfort Hotel Ibirapuera
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... and a delicious steak dinner (my first and only good beef meal since arriving in Brazil).
I relished the time alone while he was at work...I took a long walk through the hilly neighbourhood on the first day but used the majority of my time to research and plan my journey to Venezuela. I booked my ticket and arranged for my Couchsurfing hosts and, so that I could rest assured that all of my itinerary was complete, I tried to ...
... find it everywhere! We ended up at a place that served AYCE sushi, but also all kinds of other good stuff. One thing that I heard of was Brazilian barbecue called Rodizio. It's been my dream to be surrounded by waiters with skewers of perfectly cooked meat. The owner of this restaurant was the only one that could communicate with us, he gave us some recommendations on where to get the best rodizio in town... for US$70 per person but assured us it was well worth it.
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... had checked out which was around 2pm. Wonderful news, so all three of us crashed out in the lobby on a tiny sofa and slept. At 11am we decided to seize the day (seize the day alarm) and head out for a free walking tour around the Old Down Town of the concrete city. A quick ride on the metro and we arrived at the centre, and all we had to do was find the meeting point. Much more difficult than expected, and after nearly joining a different tour group (only because they were ...
... goods and forgeries. We paid a visit to São Paulo cathedral which was thankfully open (though the crypt was closed) before heading to Chinatown (well, Japantown) for lunch, eating at a Korean restaurant. After cooking our own lunch using a stove in the middle of the table, we headed back to the apartment on the metro and spent the rest of the day fairly lazily. Our second full day in São Paulo took us out of the city itself and into the surrounding shanty ...
Margot and Fran had planned lots of things for us to do and see to give us a good flavour of the area. There seem to be a plethora of Shopping Malls, with very expensive shops - at least the ones that we went to! We had a day's visit to Embu, a small town outside SP whose streets are lined with craft stalls on Saturdays and Sundays, where the heat of the sun was burning our heads. It was an amazing ...