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- Minibar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and there were millions used to make Machu Picchu alone), We then had 2 hours of free time to explore the place and Cat, Wes, Drew, Elizabeth and I bought beer and wine (and pasties) to have inside. This is a big no-no, though, and we were soon (after we had hiked up to visit the Inca Bridge) asked to take our alcohol outside (I think we are the kind of reason that the Peru government is considering closing off Machu Picchu to the public and building a giant cable car over it ...
The Costa Pacifica docked at the port of Santos, which is
the largest port in Latin America. Our
excursion bus took us to Sao Paulo, about an hour’s drive inland up onto the Brazilian plateau; the highway gave some spectacular views of the thick forests that are Brazil and is quite a
feat of engineering as it climbs 900 meters over the coastal range.
We really didn’t ...
... as the Uruguayan supporters were running out of steam, I finally realised that an automated voice announced the next station.
From Corinthians-itaquera station, I changed at Republica, after thirteen stations. At Republica, I took the yellow line heading towards Butanta and then changed at Paulista for the green line heading towards Vila Madelena. I dropped-off at the next station, Clinicas. I jumped ...
Stayed at Limetime hostel in the Bela Vista neighbourhood, perfect location for access to Avenida Paulista and Rua Augusta, the Main Street in São Paulo and the craziest nightlife respectively. Amazingly I bumped into my friend Julien in the street in a city of 20 million people! We decided to go party with some Brazilians, however it wasn't the authentic night I had expected. They took us to a heavy rock club full of leather and long head jumping around. I later met ...
Boa Noite, or good evening for you non Portuguese speaking folks.
Today was quite the full day. Sleep has been hard to come by the last few nights and waking up early in the morning is becoming a very bad habit of mine. I awoke at 4:30 AM and was unable to go back to sleep. Tough break I guess. Anyway on day 2 we visited the offices of Itau Bank, and the Natura Cosmetics factory.
We departed the hotel around ...