Hotel Grand Mercure Sao Paulo Ibirapuera
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... up. He didn't. But then someone came. But he offered me the seat! Man, I've had the best luck with seating on these flights. I slept from 11, which was when it took off, to around 6, which is when the attendants came around again. They kept giving us sandwiches but I would politely decline, as sandwiches are not my cup of tea. Seriously, people make fun of me for bringing my blankie everywhere but you guys don't know how awesome and comfy it is and you won't be able to ...
... time with them and have a meal with them before they leave. I have time to kill before yet another bus to campo grande where I will fly to São Paulo from so what better way to spend my first day in brazil with football, football and more football?! I watch the Germany Portugal game at the place I ate with the girls at and then watch a youth football team on a local pitch before watching USA Ghana in the evening. Some of the World Cup football on this day was good but I ...
... some drunk English fans ended up fighting one another in the row in front. With an antagonised young West Ham 'winning' a fight against two others by biting off one of their ear lobes... It was a pretty horrific experience and marred my memories of the match... But England were out of the World Cup so at least I had something to remind me that there are more important things in life, including retaining ones ear ...
... a disgusting smell. Afterwards we headed to republica square to find some lunch but there wasn't much there so we took the underground to our next planned stop in Paulista and had lunch in a shopping centre close by. This area was a big business area with high rise skyscrapers and a lot better than some of the areas we had walked through. Not long after lunch had settled we were on the move again, our last stop of the day was one Steve had been ...
... of the originals. Streets are crowded (see picture), noisy and smell like hell. Combine this with 30 degrees temperature plus close to 100% humidity and you get a feeling of what it is like to be @ Rua 25 de Marco. Did I make it through the streets without being threatened and robbed? Of course did I! Because my great Russian, German and Belgium friends took care of me. In return ...