InterContinental Sao Paulo
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... thought. Here’s the dangerous little idea that’s been in my head since day one, the thought that I was afraid to even voice: Brazil shouldn’t win this World Cup. Brazil is at a point where it is unhappy with its circumstances, rights and government, and they’re finally doing something about it. These protests we’ve been seeing and the anti-government sentiment, it all might finally add up to something. We might actually see change in ...
... buffet style food & Cooked meat v common in brazil) which has a decent selection of veggie food. A rest afterwards at the hotel (so nice to have your own room to relax in) was followed by a night of madness in vila madelena which is the area we had been advised to visit in São Paulo after the brazil game. The advice was spot on as the roads were packed out with brazilians, Mexicans and people of any background you should wish to find. We spent about 5 ...
... had been told that 4 days would be enough and that we should also visit a place called Paraty famous for its beautiful architecture.
After a great boat ride back to mainland, we took another coach and arrived in Paraty for our 3 day stay.
True to its word it was a stunning little town, it was an old colonial town left in all its original beauty. The old mansions, houses and stables were now converted to shops and restaurants, with colourful ...
... than where our hostel is with porsches and ferraris parked outside! The guys were telling us that the people in SP with money are extremely rich and love showy, flashy things and basically buy their status and are quite transparent! The bar itself was very swanky with waiters in blacktie although a small beer only cost about 2.50euro! We were wondering why the staff in the hostel were raising their eyebrows when we asked for directions - two flashpackers ...
... Preto (from Portuguese, Black Gold), a city in the state of Minas Gerais, a former colonial mining town located in the Serra do Espinhaço mountains and designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO because of its outstanding Baroque architecture. One of the nicest town I saw during my trip, really! I visit a few museums there, also visit the former gold mine of Passagem, largest one in the world open to the public, and meet some nice folks ...