Feller Avenida Paulista
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... bathroom and am met with the familiar sign of "don't dispose toilet paper in the toilet, but the trash can." Ok, think about this. Coming from the US, this is one of the weirdest things and I completely forgot about it. At least in Buenos Aires, things are a little more advanced. Then I think, wow, I'm a total American snob. So the rest of the world doesn't have your luxury, Jessica, why don't you look down on it a little more? My internal conversations are so on point. I ...
... a host of salesmen who wander around the fan fest with coolers selling chilled beers. Lovely. Despite a fairly boring 0-0 draw the atmosphere is so manic that you wouldn't really have noticed. After the game we leave the fan fest (as you would probably think is normal) but as we get out it appears we have missed a trick as music starts blaring and we are descended upon by thousands of brazilians who unbeknownst to us had been locked out of the fan fest during the game as it was ...
... Museum in the nearby park. This was unmistakably closed, and so I wandered around this enormous park observing the runners and dog walkers and vendors of ice-cold green coconuts.
For a change I sipped on a freshly pressed sugar cane juice then decided it may be time to head back to the apartment.
I remembered seeing while on our walk one morning, a French bakery and so tracked it down. This is where I had a delicious ...
... I have never seen or tasted this fruit before and it was quite unique and delicious. I also tried a Brazilian specialty called Bolinho de Bacalhau which was a type of fish cake. It was also quite good. All in all it was worth the visit!
As our flight back to Canada was later that day we headed back to the hotel to grab our bags and to catch the bus to the airport. Who knew that one more adventure awaited us?! When we arrived at the ...
... with Whitney from ACTE, who coordinates our stay here, and Louise, the VP of BMO Spend & Payment Solutions from Canada.
We first went to São Paulo's largest park called Ibirapuera. It very much reminded me of NY Central Park – lots of hills, greens, lakes... It was just a little more exotic with people selling fresh coconut water. We strolled around for about 2 hours. It was great fun watching paulistanos (inhabitants of São Paulo) ...