Hotel Grand Mercure Sao Paulo Ibirapuera
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... But all in all journey so far has been good - Monsters INC University watched followed by beef and potato dinner. Flight arrived on time into São Paulo at 5:15am, so off I went to get my bag ready for the next flight boarding at 7:05am..... Slowly slowly panic began to build as my bag didn't arrive .... However several bags had covered in su cream stinking, then I remembered the bottle I'd put in a bag in the side pocket and thought"oh gawd that's my ...
So with England needing a win I trotted off nice and early to the Arena Corinthians which is actually quite far out of town, about 20km, and is the end of the line on the metro. During the journey the Uruguayan fans put us to shame with fantastic singing in big groups where as the England fans were for dotted about in nervous silence. The Colombia v Ivory Coast game was on before the England match and ...
... years it has been around. After a long day with lots of walking we took a taxi back to our hostel and had a chill out. Much needed sit down! In the evening we went to the supermarket and got some ingredients to cook tea in the hostel. We decided on chicken and vegetable pasta bake which was very tasty to say we had limited resources. It had been a busy tiring day so we relaxed for the evening before going to bed to restore ourselves for tomorrow's ...
... way around. Even within Brazil it can be challenging due to cultural differences, ways of speaking etc. In the North of Brazil people tend to be very receptive, in the São Paulo area they are more reserved and in the South very leaned back. Fernando also pointed out, that particularly when travelling to Brazil for the first time it is important to have a local contact person, whom you could approach for questions, e.g. what areas to go to/where better not, how to hail cabs ...
... drink) and meals that did not consist of huge chunks of meat. Due to local recommendations, I ordered a pasta dish with melon and prosciutto (yes I know it sounds disgusting) but it was incredibly tasty, and one of the best meals I had while in Brazil. The restaurant was surrounded by high-rise buildings, and it's easy to see why they call São Paulo the New York City of the Southern hemisphere. After dinner we headed back to the hotel, to get some sleep before our very early start the next ...