Comfort Hotel Ibirapuera
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... bien, je peux vous dire que oui, ça vole souvent au dessus de nos tetes, au moins une fois toutes les demi heure! 250$ par heure, et beaucoup plus rapide et sûr, c'est le moyen de locomotion privilégie des riches hommes d'affaires. et ça evite les kidnapping!...
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And here the adventures which take! ahaha And for once in one of the countries that stand ...
... is simple and works better, and some that are just plain bizarre!
- Biscuits are a staple diet - they have entire shops and aisles in supermarkets dedicated to them.
- Sugar is in everything, they have cake for breakfast.
- One carb per meal is never enough (rice & chips / pasta & potato)
- Dogs rule the streets, everywhere!
- Toilet paper does not belong in toilets, there are bins provided everywhere and you can be fined if ...
Made it to Sao Paulo for the end of the Argentina/Belgium game. Got there after a 3 hour road trip in a guys car, which was a lot of fun! We took the subway into the center and headed straight to the fan fest. In between the games got a tour around the zero point of the city and the financial district from a couple of local guys, which was really interesting.
Went to a street which had lots of bars on either side ...
... the skyscrapers of the city and you could see for miles, proving how big this city really is. After we took a walk to the Sao Benito market, it was a huge and very impressive, selling everything from top name champagne to fruit and veg and beauty products. We were tempted to by the 10 little bottle of grey goose but after seeing the price tag we gave it a miss. We then took the metro back to the Jardins ...
... singing hymns, well they were about Jesus and the Holy Spirit anyway, but every few words into the singing the footstool would fall forward and bang against her knee, and every time it did, she slammed it back up, tutting in frustration, then carried on singing. Now I am not religious, but that was quite funny, the peace and serenity of the singing was so drastically contrasted with ...