Ibis Santo Andre
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... must've been a robbery. There was a man running down the footpath as another man quickly jumped in his car and started to chase the robber. Was fun to see something Iike that as it made our trip to the wrong place a bit more enjoyable. We had another address for the club so we tried that place, and it was correct. Car chase. Footpath chase Booking bus change of plans Taxi ride to gig. Door ...
... game at a packed bar down the street. America lost, but still made it to the next round! After the game we went to grab street hamburgers and walk to an art exhibition. This extremely famous Japanese woman who lives in an asylum and is obsessed with polka-dots was offering a free look at her latest art, which was...unique and interesting. We enjoyed it. That night I made a prochutto/squash/spinach/gnochi dish that was absolutely delicious. Score one for ...
... of sausage and onions. It was amazing. It could have, and should have been our main meal. But for our main course we got cut up steak, with onion, potato, tomato, and cheese. Everything was amazing, and once again, my best meal may have come on the first day.
Once we were able to stand up and move, we wandered over to the coconut stand. We had been watching these ladies from our seats at lunch, and they were ...
... We went into a few museums in the park before heading up the road to Avenida Paulista. That night we met Katia/Eduardo and two of their friends and we went for pizza. We ordered all sorts of pizza┤s including one which had broccoli and another which had ham, cheese, onions, egg and peas. They all went down very well and we cant be accused of not trying something different! We then got Ašia for desert ...
... and fencing, but this is just to protect their property in case any little hodlum wanted to try and rob them.
Sao Paulo seems to be quite a new city. It has hundreds of high rises, but they don't look ugly like the ones we have back home. They are pretty new and well maintained.
The rest of the afternoon has been spent, yet again, catching up with ...