Feller Avenida Paulista
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... Scott was definitely in his element. We'd bought SPFC shirts the moment we arrived (£4 each) as camouflage (no more spot-the-gringo here), and joined in with the crowd's movements. It was definitely worth the long jog to the ATM, though we slipped out a bit early in order to beat the crowds to a taxi. Of course, everyone else had the same idea and we ended up sharing a taxi home about forty minutes after the end of the game. Not bad!
All in all, Sao Paulo ...
... swing of things.
The next day was bright and sunny and it seemed that everyone woke up with the same realisation that the World Cup was finally here! A traditional Brazilian breakfast awaiting - (Spencer was delighted to see that the Brazilians like cake with their breakfast and there was delicous Brazilian cheese and fruit)
We walked around toward the Parc Trianon (a lovely verdant forest set amongst the skyscrapers) and then onto ...
... I wear some rather fetching flight socks on long haul flights. However, what I hadn't realised before getting on the plane was that a cut on the sole of my foot had become infected so by the time we arrived in Brazil my foot had ballooned and was being painfully restricted by the tight sock. What irony.
Anyway, we don't expect any sympathy because, yes, we chose to do it and ...
... pigs knuckles, snout or tongue. Fortunately they also serve this dish with the meats separated out so we could take what we want. I also found out that Brazilian desert is VERY sweet! Nevertheless, Dolce de Leite is worth the extra carbs! Our first meal in Brazil and our first all-u-can-eat (but not our last!).
Well we still had some time before check-in so it was off to Estado Municipal (Municipal Stadium). I'm no soccer fan, but it was fun to go ...
... and got some ideas of what to do in São Paulo in the morning. Eventually, worn out we went to sleep. Up early the next day, Eduardo became our personal tour guide for the day. First, we stopped at the local bakery where we had a sweet whole meal roll toasted in butter and with a cream cheese spread. It's very popular here and tasted lovely. In the bakery they had lots of lovely looking cakes and it was very tempting to buy one. When we had finished breakfast ...