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... were still congested during the peak!
Terminal 3 at GRU is brand new, having opened just in time for the World Cup. But it's not that great being surprisingly small with only a dozen gates. The business lounge was good, though with the nice touch of the staff coming to inform you individually that your flight is boarding and no screens or announcements.
Here, too, there is a different gate for business class and economy passengers, which does give an ...
... museum, is conveniently situated a football superstore, which sells the official football kits of all the participants in the world cup as well as general football kit. I could not resist buying the official Brazilian playing shirt and I had the number ten (10) and my name printed at the back.
After the Football museum we went to the Jardims (Gardens) and visited the Nossa Senhora do Brasil ...
... funky music - where people fill the boot of their car with massive speakers and compete against other cars to make the most noise...... I don't get it. Imagine 10 cars banging out different versions of this:
- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gcw6Xbar PoE
Traveller tip of the day: Take ear plugs when going to a funky party.
from a 2 hour layover to a 9er, then a 10r... it was fun... we took the airport bus to Paulista walked aroudn a bit, bought lunch, saw a movie, walked around then headed back to GRU to find ou flight had been delayed by bad weather in Uruguay.
The Blue Building on Paulista is often photographed...
... decides to explore the increased use of ethanol, Brazil is in the perfect position to step in and supply the demand.
The UNICA offices are in a very nice part of town right across the street from a very high-end mall called Iguatemi. We had a few minutes to take a walk through the mall and see all the high-end designer brands that we are used to seeing in the USA, albeit at a much higher price point. Brazilians love their American culture and brands, and it was ...