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... if I remember correct) – but still the absolutely best part was to find out that he is a New England Patriots fan!!! So of course we quickly agreed on a lot of football related stuff, which I won’t bore you with. It was a great dinner and I must say that I have a really really good impression of BCD Travel and especially the people working there! After a great dessert, recommended by Paul, and a couple of Caipirinhas we returned to our hotel and a good night’s ...
... to contact him. Luckily he appeared while I was queuing and had just gone to get some food. The ticket pick up went much more smoothly than expected considering they had emailed me confirming my pick up from a different location less than 2 days prior. Happy days. So we catch a cab to our hotel (yes hotel) and catch up over the journey whilst discussing England's chances (of progression from the group not actually winning the thing you understand). We arrive at the hotel ...
... those air plane mags, and was keen to come. However when I arrived at the entrance, all the gates were closed, save for a small gap in the pedestrian entrance next to the unmanned guard's cabin.
Without really considering if it was the right thing to do or not, I wandered into the courtyard, and followed the signs to the exhibition. I passed the administration offices on the way and nobody looked up, so hey, I just kept going.
Our main outing in Sao Paulo was to hit up the Municipal Market in downtown SP. I had read that it was a giant food market with lots of exotic fruits and tasty Brazilian specialties. I love food markets! They are so vibrant and energetic! On Saturday morning we headed out on the metro to this closest stop to this market. What we didn't realize was that there were a lot of other markets and stores around this area and ...
... streets, cracked out groups congregate in public squares, sleeping bodies wrapped in blankets are everywhere, and all of downtown smells like a toilet. It is quite heartbreaking to witness. With this kind of predicament I can understand why protesters are upset with, among other things, the government spending billions on World Cup infrastructure.
Luckily our hotel is situated in an affluent area where I ...