Royal Jardins Hotel
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The next day we had planned a huge day or walking and sight seeing to see as much as possible in the inner suburbs surrounding the centro area. First up was Parque do Ibirapuera about 2.5km from where we are staying. It’s a large park with museums, monuments and lakes. It’s a lovely green area to escape the urban sprawl & pollution of Sao Paulo and very much reminds me of Hyde Park in London. We did a circuit of the park going past ...
... the correct terminal. I followed the signs to the connection check-in. I waited in the line for about 5 minutes, until an airport employee came up and asked me something in Portuguese way too quickly for me to understand anything besides "Salvador." I said "sorry, Salvador, yes." (In Portuguese though at least, so "sinto muito. Salvador, sim") So smooth, I know. But then she asked again in English, if I was going to Salvador. Yes, I am, so ...
... until 6am so that we could buy our bus tickets for Florianapolis, and then headed to our accomodation for the night...a HOTEL!
We had decided to treat ourselves as it was Nayan´s bday. Pretty embarrassing however turning up at to a 5 star hotel in our backpacks, me with bedhead and Nayan looking like he spent the night sleeping rough. They took pity, checked us in early and ushered us to the spa to get cleaned. We entered our room and almost ...
... then deep-fried in vegetable oil. Not particularly healthy, but particularly tasty.
Next we stopped by the impressive Sao Paulo Cathedral. It was situated in the heart of the city centre, and since it was a holiday the only people out and about were hoards of homeless people. Living in Toronto and visiting many large cities, I have experienced this part of city life, but never on this scale. Makeshift tents ...
... of Jardins and Morumbi. Afterwards we went for a traditional Brazilian lunch at a Minerva. . Had some cool food. Nothing I recognized so I just tried a little of everything from the buffet. While waiting for the bus we walked up to ave paulista where it just so happens that the largest lgbt parade was happening. It was pretty outrageous. Besides the party goers, we saw a pickpocket kid get shakedown down by the police. Next stop was hotel checking at ceasar business. After ...