InterContinental Sao Paulo
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to the nearest town (Aguas Calientas) was a bit sketchy. The driver was bombing it around corners with 100 foot drops and no railings. We made it down safely, though, and it was nice to sit in a comfy seat again after 4 days.
I was so ready for beer and food by this point, and the restaurant where we all met for lunch did not disappoint. I wanted a guinea pig, but it takes an hour to cook, apparently, so I had nachos with beef and cheese on top instead. I ...
... visited one of its lovely green spaces.
One fellow from Russia with very broken English bullied our tour guide into
stopping at the Brazilian Coffee Museum back in Santos, where we used up our
last 52 R on coffee, a coffee tin and a cup. All in all, this is an area of
Brazil which would be nice to spend some time in. It would be great to return
before our Brazil visas expire!
... 8211; suffice to say that I do not remember what time I got back to the hotel.
Day 7 – São Paulo: 20th June, 2014
After the previous night’s drinking session, I woke up feeling a little bit tender. I just went for breakfast but did not have my usual appetite. I went back straight to bed after breakfast. I woke up around 16H00 and forced myself to go to the gym, just to ...
... This was a relatively short tour that lasted about an hour but was chock full of interesting information. Gustavo mentioned 6 large Brazilian owned banks in the entire country. He mentioned that 3 are government owned and 3 are privately owned. The 3 gov't owned banks he spoke of were BNDES, Banco Brasil, and Banrisul, and the 3 Privately owned large Brazilian banks he spoke of were Bradesco, Spanish Bank and of course Itau.
Saturday 9 june.
Just on the bus from iquazu in northern argentina to sao paulo in brazil. we cross the border in this bus, jump out and stamp our passports, then onto another bus, its an 18hr journey. on the bus now are a couple, kiwis, he is wearing jandals, and two english girls. im going to have to stop writing about who i meet now unless they play a really interesting or significant part of this trip. On that, as i got of the bus in iquazu falls there ...