Gran Estanplaza Sao Paulo
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... hotel in the world), so the expectations were of course high. Even though it was impossible to compare to JW Marriott in Dubai it was a beautiful hotel. We are slowly, but surely getting used to not having at least one world record experience each day. Of course it also helped our high expectations to be met when we were shown the Junior Suite and we were met by delicious cake and welcome letters just for us. Our ...
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We also worked out a sad fact- Samora is an Aussie fan, Paul is an Italy fan and I'm an England fan. If you exclude the Italy win versus England (as its two of those teams playing one another) then between our three teams ...
... traffic. He took us to a city square with a huge statue of 2 horses in the front and the different ethnic people of Brazil. Very interesting statue. we ran into 3 people who were doing a survey. We stopped to answer the survey and hey were very nice.
We stopped at a park that had an interesting architectural building.
Carlos took us to to 2 Churches, one in a rich neighborhood and one in the city square. Both were impressive structures. From there we went to a ...
... everyday and Acai ice cream is our new addiction. The Brazilian food is steaks, rice and beans and delicious! Further they offer anything you want in this city famous for nightlife and good food!
Soon it will be carnaval so many preparations going on in the city. We visit the school of samba and got a sneak preview of the real thing, the drums are amazing and they can dance impressively !
After a few days we leave São Paulo to travel south, to Florianopolis and the ...
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