Hotel Panamby Guarulhos
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Good clean straight forward airport hotel,good shuttle service free of charge from the airport.Quick friendly check in.
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As my friend had to work during the day, I had to find things to do on my own. Two places that I was glad I visited were the Museu de Arte de São Paulo or MASP for short and the Choque Cultural.
The former was a well-known art museum. Its building is unique because it doesn't have regular supports. The day that I visited (I think on Tuesday) it happened to be free so I was very happy. I saw an exhibition on old woodcuts and the evolution ...
... juggler at the top- juggling 5 balls at once- pretty talented. The observatory also gave us a good view of the storm that was coming, so we headed back to the hostel and made it just in time. There was more heavy rain, so I occupied myself with the Super Nintendo at the hostel (circa 1992 ish). It is scary how much Donkey Kong country I remember. So much wasted brain space.
Tuesday- February 19
A 6:30am start before heading to the bus station for our 6 hour bus trip to Rio. ...
Conect to flight for CNF on the way home from Florianópolis.
Take off video here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CZGTL7Yc q2M&feature=youtu.be
... break from city hustle could be found at Petropolis, a royal palace that was the home of the short-lived Brazilian Royal Family. Briefly, the Portuguese Court moved to Brazil to escape from Napoleon and, by the time it returned, most of South America had become independent. The Crown Prince of Portugal tapped into the public mood by declaring himself king of an independent Brazil. His son, Dom Pedro II, ruled for ...
... Van Gogh original before, and I find his work compelling (I could look at Starry Night Over The Rhone all day), but I’d never seen this one before. It was one of the most interesting things I’ve seen for a long time. Van Gogh is rightly recognised as a wonderful artist, and his works sell for tens of millions for a reason. I also gazed at one of Monet’s works, Japanese Bridge And Water ...