Ibis Sao Paulo Morumbi
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... me near her work, and it was only a 15 minute walk from my hostel, so it was easy enough to get to. It wasn’t the nicest area I had to walk through, but I didn’t feel too uncomfortable so it was okay. We had a nice walk through the Japanese neighborhood or Liberdade, and into the city center. We had a pretty good lunch at a per-kilo-buffet, and it was excellent. This is exactly what it sounds like. You ...
... out alone. After a little debate, we decided to go up the building... only to see her at the top. The view from the top was spectacular. Sao Paulo is truly never ending. From every angle, as far as your eye can see there are just high rises.
We arrived back at our hotel to get ready for a fancy dinner. I wasn't leaving this country without rodizio and I knew that Sao Paulo would be a better place to get it than Rio. We dressed up and took the metro to Center Norte to visit Fogo ...
... the end of the Champions League final, was a pretty epic ending. We walked back to the concert arena, and witnessed an amazing performance from a German Funk Jazz band named Seed. They were brilliant and I was so happy I had come, because me and Nadia were dancing around having a wonderful time. After, we were suppose to head out for the night, but realised we were in the wrong attire and headed back to the hostel, however Benji assured us that we could wear trainers here, and ...
... goods and forgeries. We paid a visit to São Paulo cathedral which was thankfully open (though the crypt was closed) before heading to Chinatown (well, Japantown) for lunch, eating at a Korean restaurant. After cooking our own lunch using a stove in the middle of the table, we headed back to the apartment on the metro and spent the rest of the day fairly lazily. Our second full day in São Paulo took us out of the city itself and into the surrounding shanty ...
... to adapt these commodities to the Brazilian culture and market. The intermediary being companies like Apontador who takes an existing idea and uses it to facilitate connections between companies and consumer demands.
5:00PM After visits, return transfer to hotel
Tonight most of the group went to the Sky Bar and had dinner and drinks. Some pics and a horrible video of the Sao Paulo skyline are attached for your viewing ...