InterCity Express Jundiai
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... it all worthwhile.
I have had the first highlight of the trip. Sunrise as we landed in Sao Paulo was stunning.
I have booked a hotel in Ushuaia for 2 nights. I will need the time to build my bike, buy provisions and get some rest. The time difference is only 3 hours, so I should not be too jet lagged at least.
I have a rough idea of where I will ride on Tierra del Fuego, but will play it by ear. The area is notorious for very strong winds, so ...
This morning we woke up and went out to view the streets. We walked up to the famous Avenida Paulista. Now for those of you not familiar, this is SP equivalent to 5th Avenue in New York. We walked through many streets, seeing buildings and cafés and restaurants and more buildings! It's almost like being back in London! The tour was fantastic. it was a free walking tour, definitely advisable if you ...
... at each other, awkwardly laughed and said 'challenge accepted' . Galeao international airport was a good 13-20kms away. we piled into one of the smallest taxis in Rio, conveniently the boot didn't open= Kate and I were able to get our bags in the front seat, while jess had to cuddle hers. not to mention the back seat wasn't big enough for 3 people. I sat sideways in the middle, unable to move my elbow from Kate's ribs whilst jess felt supersafe with her bag ...
... Lunch was at a place called the Tree where we had a buffet spread with different meats, fish, chicken and veggies. And we finished with a few nice shots of coparina (spelling).
Next up again was a walk thru the neighborhood as we had some time to kill on our way to the next visit. The neighborhood was equivalent of walking thru most any other city in the US. Lots of people out at lunchtime. Neighborhood construction in process. The craziest thing that ...
... was founded by the Jesuits in 1544 - following which little happened until the Brits came along to develop railways and ports, then we signed up for a free tour organised by the Metro which was supposed to be a 3 hour tour around the Luz area of the city but which was curtailed by a torrential downpour to a 45 minute talk, mostly in Portugese, about the railways. We were helped by an English teacher and then a software ...