Golden Tower Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Swimming pool
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... time! The click sound from taken pictures was all over the place. We were lucky enough to also go to dinner with Manolo, Jahy, Rubens and the Country Manager of Brazil, Paul Berry. I was seated in front of Paul, so I got the opportunity to hear about his life, career and experiences in Brazil. I was impressed to learn that he was born in New Zealand and since he was 5 years old have traveled the world and Brazil is now the country he has stayed in for the longest period of his life ...
... impressed with the youth team I watched- their touch was impeccable and left me wondering what standard they play at.
So another overnight bus and finally my flight to São Paulo- now the World Cup can begin!
I was meeting my friend Leon at the world cup ticket pick up point at airport (he flew over just for the São Paulo games) and since he arrived 5 hours or so earlier than me I had a mini panic when he wasn't there as my phone had packed in and I had ...
... though I was on my own.
Graham had a game to go to, taking Ramin in my place.
I'm not 'over' the football like I was in South Africa, but I'm more than happy to watch it from the comfort of an easy chair.
From here it was a brisk walk to the MuBE, Museu Brasieiro Da Escultura, where there was an exhibition of the diaries and paintings of young girls held in Thereisinstadt concentration camp.
I had read a review of this in ...
... is doubt that you can probably find whatever you are looking for here.
The weather during our stay was a little soggy. We have had fantastic weather on the rest of our trip with the exception of a bit of rain in Buenos Aires so I guess if it had to rain I am glad it was here and not while we were on the beaches. As a result it was also quite cool in the city (~20C). I guess one could say that SP was helping to acclimatize us back to ...
... I wasn't into it. Our next stop was Mercado Municipal. The market is 12,600 square metres. 15,000 employees handle 450 tonnes of food per day. Everything is on offer from meats to olives to wines to cheeses… you get the idea. Prepared foods are also available. Wiebke and I opted for a popular snack called a pastel. It consists of a thin pastry that envelops assorted fillings, in our case ham, cheese, and tomato, ...