Estanplaza Nacoes Unidas
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Adult pool
- Hot tub
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... we all sat in a conservatory-type room with views out to loads of mountains. The food itself was even better. We had 5 courses and we were all ready to sleep when we got back on the bus. We thanked the cooking team and tipped them generously. We all woke up from our snoozes about an hour later when we arrived in the small town of Ollantaytambo, which would be the last bit of civilisation we would see before starting the hiking of the Inca Trail the next day. We still had a bit ...
... wait until youu get to the bus terminal where it's only $34 for a one way. DEFINITELY WORTH IT, especially because there are so many buses a day that go to Sao Paulo.
Our bus was nice, spacious, and we each had our own row. It was very comfortable. It was a 5 hour bus ride through the country of Brazil. We made a pit stop in the middle of our ride to stop for lunch at this rest area. We finally get to Sao Paulo at about 5:00 PM where we took a cab to our holiday ...
... bit too drunk or just rubbish! We got on the coaches and everyone fell asleep to wake up 6 hours later in Sao Paulo!
We had left Rio in glorious sunshine to arrive in a freezing cold and wet Sao Paulo, we were totally unprepared for this so it was time to get the beer jacket on. The proposed pub that was meant to be organised fell through, so we all got onto the train and headed to an area ...
... he had been savouring this moment for quite some time, and after one bite, the three of us waited for his verdict. It was ****. It was fluffy and not what he wanted. Again poor Billy. We made our way back to the centre, to visit the tallest building in São Paulo. It really wasn't very tall, but from the top you can see the whole city, which was incredible. It just continues for miles and it was pretty mind blowing how big it was. Up there we bumped into Kelsey who had ...
... which one can look out over the whole of São Paulo. Unfortunately, to get to the top you need photo ID for security and having been told numerous tales about bandits etc. we hadn't brought any, just the bare essentials. So there would be no trip up to the top of the tower, but the monastery should yield better results surely? No, it's closed to the public on Mondays. We took a stroll down into one of São Paulo's markets, where one can buy any number of ...