L'Hotel Porto Bay Sao Paulo
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... free apartment with 4 rooms! Noting of course that 1 was a living room/kitchenette, another the bathroom and finally 2 bedrooms. This would not be unusual if I did not know, being in the future and all, that Brazilian hotels from this point on would be 3 single beds shoved into 1 room with an adjoining tiny bathroom, the joys we are yet to experience. Ultimately though the hotel was right on the metro line ...
... to our hostel in the artsy bohemian quarter of Vila Madalana, we launched ourselves into the bedlam by taking the 'free’ walking tour of Sao Paulo’s historic centre. The tour finished at Edificio Martinelli, where we had a great view across the endless sea of skyscrapers from its 26th floor.
The next day we visited the awesome ...
... at face value for now). They can even make rubber tires from sugar cane ethanol which really fits great with our team porject.
It was a good talk but we still have some time before lunch. We take a few minutes to go to an upscale mall and walk around . More outrageous prices.. Not even sure how the well-off can shop in this place! And in the middle of the mall they have not just a few trees like we ...
... motorcycles-I counted how many passed by our car as we sat in traffic and it was just a bit over 100 in five minutes.
On the city tour we first visited the famous Ibirapuera park. This park was designed by world renowned Brazilian architect, Oscar Niemeyer, who, very sadly, passed away the day we arrived to Sao Paulo. He was 104 years old! His edifices are staples of modern architecture.
Next up we drove through ...
This was a stop gap before we fly onto Lima. Headed from Lagoa to Sao Paulo on the night bus. Arriving at 8.30am probably wasn't our wisest decision, it was crazy. 20 million people live in the city centre here, arriving at rush hour, tired and clueless = stress!! The hostel gave us instructions to get the bus from the terminal to the hostel, it said "easy easy" - far from it!! Nobody in terminal ...