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... foreigner strangers. Here's to you Paulo!
And that concluded our time in Brazil. All of our flights coming home were super smooth and we even arrived to a balmy 5C in Calgary which was amazing considering the super cold weather that had plagued the Prairies for much of the time we had been gone.
So that's it. Another trip has come and gone. We had a fabulous time and so many amazing memories! Until the world opens its doors to me again!
... and was given by the State of Sao Paulo Symphony Orchestra, recognised as being the best in South America and which performs in London in October 2013. The concert was conducted by a very jolly, Taiwanese-born, American female conductor, Mei-Ann Chen. The programme consisted of Copland's 3rd Symphony, Britten's Violin Concerto, and Incidental Music to Medea by Barber. The soloist ...
... in Montreal. We visited the St. Paul Cathedral, which surprisingly had both a baroque style dome and gothic style pointed arches. Vanessa and I took a nice photo in front of a replica of the statue of Christ the redeemer located in the front entrance. We then walked through the square where Christianity began 400 years ago in Brazil.
To call Brazilians carnivores would be an understatement. We had lunch at ...
... in cash. That helped me get to Paulo's place : I took a shuttle from the international airport to aeroporto de Congonhas, which is downtown Sao Paulo (true !) and then a cab to Paulo's place.
From that moment onwards, everything went way better.
Paulo's place is a "condominio" (co-ownership) made of two huge buildings (28 floors) having four apartments per floor on average. There's a huge garage, tennis ...
... The metro is an experience in itself here in São Paulo, during peak times it's proof of the city's huge population. Although São Paulo does appear to be a vast grey metropolis it is also home to lots of parks and gardens which brighten up the city. Nevertheless, I will be glad to escape the city tomorrow as I head to Foz de Iguaçu.
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