Hotel Pullman Sao Paulo Vila Olimpia
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Resting in Sao Paulo; day trip; saying goodbye to Brazil.
We arrived back in Sao Paulo after two months of travel and a final uncomfortable overnight bus journey, and we were exhausted. Thank goodness for loyalty schemes which allowed us to check into the Holiday Inn at 9.30 am and crash for the day, watching cable TV.
We didn't have much planned in Sao Paulo. On Thursday we went to the Afro-Brazil museum which is in a big park with a lot of ...
... muffin sandwich. And more assorted cheese and biscuits. Also Nutella! But there wasn't really anything the Nutella went with, I had no problem eating it with the mini spoon provided! Then I watched a documentary on Neymar and we landed. Customs in Brasil was really simple. The man only said hi and bye to me. He just made sure my Visa, passport, and ticket all matched and then let me go. I found my luggage really easily, and we were ...
... delight...a super king bed with 5 fluffy pillows, a clean bathroom with hot water and toiletries provided, and proper air conditioning. Definitely sleeping like a starfish tonight!
The spa had two individual jacuzzi tubs ready for us to soak in - pure bliss. We both felt the cleanest we had been in a long time! All relaxed, we took a nap to catch up on sleep before heading out to explore Sao Paulo. The city felt like any major European city... ...
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... hotel and then prepared for dinner at 7:30. Another small mixed group traveled down the hill from our hotel to JAM, Japanese art and music. After some negotiations and interpretation of the Portuguese menu, we ordered some drinks and the equivalent of two sushi boats for 4 each. The result was quite good. Interaction with the wait staff was a little difficult but Rodrigo was very accommodating. After a busy day of traveling and plant tours, we were happy for an early ...