InterContinental Sao Paulo
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- Swimming pool
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Iberia's A340 has a different layout in business from BA's. Instead of half the seats facing backwards they are staggered. More difficult for couples travelling together but better for people on their own. No need to climb over other people's legs to get to the aisle. I think I prefer it. The entertainment system is better, too, with a more interactive screen. They can also show you output from a camera in the nose of the plane, which is fun. The only downside is that ...
... 8217;s drinking session.
Day 8 – São Paulo: 21st June, 2014
I went to breakfast as usual but went to bed again after breakfast as I was still feeling tired. I woke up around 14H00. I wanted to do a tour but it was too late as it takes a good four hours. So I arranged the tour for 09H30 the following morning. I walked around the Pinheiro neighbourhood.
I stumbled across ...
... situated in a region famous for its sushi. I think Karen booked this
hostel after her disastrous luck with meals in Brazil. Apparently, Sao Paulo has more Japanese people living there than any other place outside of Japan and the sushi was some of the freshest and best I have ever tasted.
We only had one night here and this was to be the last part of our South America adventure together as Karen had to fly back ...
... was time to move on to Villa Madalena, again an area that the LP recommended - the bohemian quarter of town filled with good markets and groovy cafes - we couldn't find any of it!
Our favorite area of Sao Paulo other than in our hostel watching Anthony Bourdain on pay TV or at the Starbucks around the corner (and that's pretty sad) was the Municipal Market. Right in the heart of a really dodgy area that looked like it was surrounded by crack houses, the markets ...
... limes, agua com gas(sparkling water) and Bacardi from Extra. It was Mojito time! (minus the mint, no mint in Brasil!).
Embu was a place of firsts. First ice-cream, first capoeira display, first cachaça Caipirinha. I loved this place. Cannot wait to go back and drink my weight in wine at that wonderful wine/pastry store. It was now time for the torturous ride home with Brittney, Rhiannon and T-Pain. God, I don't believe in you, but please, save me!