Hotel Excelsior Sao Paulo
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... Backpack Awards for 2014-2015 go to: The Cotton Backpack (for best accomodation) - Hostal Santa Lapa, Rio The Plush Backpack (for best transport) - Speedboat by the falls The Glass Backpack (for best hang) - Santa Clara in the Pantanal (other nominee: the game room in the estancia) The Rubber Backpack (for best adventure experience) - Antarctica The Copper Backpack (for most price-worthy experience) - Free winetasting in La Cafayate The Brick ...
... br> Other updates...I have finally found somewhere to live and it’s perfectly situated near everything so that’s GREAT! I'm slowly starting to get used to living in Brazil, I'm just trying to take it one step at a time! I have met some great people who have helped me so much and made me feel very welcome. We went to see an exhibition for a Japanese artist which was fun.The Paulistanos love culture and so ...
... awful and full of 18 year olds. We met Pablo the English Brazilian banker and ate the best burger in a long time on Rua Augusta. During my stay in São Paulo I kept having moments of elation, on the way to the wrong stadium I reflected on my situation and couldn't help but give a huge smile. I met Vikki the Brazilian at Skye bar overlooking the whole of São Paulo during the night, and partied with Anna who worked in the hostel, she made me chuckle by saying 'wow I ...
... 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.
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... and we got to see a commentary of the England 1966 triumph and the famous number 10 shirt. We even got in a game of table football and a view of the ground. The remainder of the stay in Sao Paulo involved a walk around the neighbourhood, and enjoying the gorgeous Mercure Grand suite where we stayed for a night. The trip was really relaxing and reenergised us for the move on to the final leg of our journey in Rio De ...