Hotel Mercure Santo Andre
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... World Cup and every goal scored made the whole market erupt with cheers and applause.
That afternoon we visited the Football Museum inside one of the traditional stadiums. It was a great way to end the tour as it showcased Brazil's fanatical passion for football and how it was more of ...
... do. Day 17- Booked a bus to go from Soa Paula to Florinopolis. Leave tomorrow at 6pm. Can't stand it here, nothing to do except watch Steve smoke ciggies. Went to the shops to try and kill time. Every shop we walked into they're like balalalala and we're like no Portuguese. And then we both laugh and we walk out. Everyone looks at us like we're the odd ones out, which we are, but you don't need to stare. Day 18- Still at Sao Paula. Wish we never came. A bus ride straight ...
Today we woke up early again, packed our bags and left them at the front desk after which we checked out. Drinking my breakfast - chocolate milk and Rachael's banana (which she got mad at me for eating because I accidentally ate hers instead of mine) on the go, I made my way to the metro by myself. I hadn't spotted any Arryton Senna souvenirs (the only souvenir my mum wanted) yesterday, so today I was on a solo mission to find her souvenir. I caught the metro the the Jardim-Arryton ...
... a building now owned by Santander. It's Sao Paulo's answer to the Empire State Building. I thought I had read somewhere that it was the largest building outside of the United States so we got off the tube and pointed our head skywards expecting to see some mack off building but instead there was just normal skyrise sized buildings. We then saw a building we thought looked like the Empire State but we couldn't believe it was the Banespa building because it simply ...
... mi vida!
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Cómo la última vez que estuve aqui, no quiero irme...me gusta estar aqui, estoy muy cómoda con mis primos, duermo muy bien y por mucho tiempo...pero tengo que seguir! El plan para los próximos días es llegar a La Paloma, Uruguay, donde pasaré fin de año. Pero puesto que no hay muchos buses para llegar alli, y que casi todo está ya lleno, pasaré las dos próximas noches durmiendo en autobuses, y espero encontrar duchas en las estaciones de ...