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... though I was on my own.
Graham had a game to go to, taking Ramin in my place.
I'm not 'over' the football like I was in South Africa, but I'm more than happy to watch it from the comfort of an easy chair.
From here it was a brisk walk to the MuBE, Museu Brasieiro Da Escultura, where there was an exhibition of the diaries and paintings of young girls held in Thereisinstadt concentration camp.
I had read a review of this in ...
... for some fresh air and culture, we made our way to the Parque do Ibirapuera and the Museum of Modern art. There was an Afrobrazilian show on at the museum and great artworks and tools from the past. Around the city and park there are many famous buildings designed by the Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer. We were lucky enough to have a home cooked meal that night, Rudy's mother was lovely and made us feel at home. After dinner our tour guide Rudy took us for a ...
... neighborhoods surrounding them were only one step removed from decrepit. I should add though that, in light of the well-publicized protests, it seemed appropriate that the graffito "$3,20 é roubo" was everywhere.
I suppose I may sound like the stereotypical judgmental and uncultured tourist, but I assumed São Paulo would share the chrome look of other rapidly developing metropolises like Shanghai or ...
... then there are a couple museums and pavillions. My favorite is the Museu Afro Brasileiro. Definitely on my top 10 museums list. There's also the Obelisk which is kind of neat for photos against the city skyline or park itself.
Like Reforma in Mexico City, it's the main avenue. There's more to do on the side streets though, to be honest. It is the center of everything. You can find the Museu de Arte de Sao Paulo there, but I ...
... at us! Another guy appeared and after 20minutes or so he eventually said ´its ok sir` - and that was it, not apology or anything but they gave us our room key and it was a really nice room and comfy bed so thats all we needed.
The next day we took a bus and subway into the centre of the city to find our hostel. After going the wrong direction we finally found it. We received a really warm welcome from the ...