L'Hotel Porto Bay Sao Paulo
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... earrings, a necklace, a ring, and 2 hair clips for about 20 pounds! What a bargain! We then headed along the 25 de marco street that has stalls as well as shops. I also bought a despicable me minion phone case, and then some underwear to replace my god awful ones out here and finally we did indeed buy suitcases! Success! Its a crazy place, but so glad we came for all the cheap things we purchased. We then journeyed back to Marcella's on a ridiculously packed ...
... once pointed out to us) being used in small to very large model planes. We could not take any pictures but when we got back to the reception area we were allowed a few of the model planes on display. Ok, off to JNJ for lunch and another manufacturing tour.
On the way we passed both Walmart and Sam's Club stores. Sometimes on the surface it didn't seem that different from home but when we hear the ...
... but after about an hour decided to get some breakfast. We took the metro to Santa Cruz, following the directions to Eduardo's apartment. We stopped at a restaurant near the station and had a bigger breakfast than expected; in Brazil food comes with rice and chips with nearly every meal! After eating we decided to walk to the park. The walk was a lot longer than we expected and we had to stop for a rest as our backpacks were feeling decidedly heavy. As we neared the park ...
... were fearful we would have to wait another hour and that the same thing would happen at the Argentinian checkpoint, we contemplated walking the 3 km but were told it was very dangerous because there was no walkway (they neglected to mention the 4m wide verge you could easily walk on). Thankfully, we only had to wait 35mins for the next bus and when we arrived at the Argentinian checkpoint, there was quite a group of us English speaking people and we shadowed that bus driver (as he had to ...
... first day in true `Heather Small´ style making ourselves proud by getting all of our affairs in order. That evening we aquainted ourselves with some of Sao Paulo´s more interesting characters in the form of a sex-mad middle-aged Australian woman, a schizophrenic Scottish terrier (a.k.a Gringo) and Raphael - LimeTime´s own lothario.
The next day was named double-sushi day. We first met Hayley´s German friend Lara for sushi ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services