Maksoud Plaza Sao Paulo Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Smoking rooms available
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Unfortunately the company we booked the coaches with were a bit of a shambles, nonetheless we were with about 200 other England fans so we were going to have a good time regardless. The atmosphere in the pub took a while to get going but by about 10:30 it was starting to liven up. I tried to orchestrate a game of killer darts but it was a bit of a failure due to everyone being ...
... One was causing a stir as it frantically flapped its wings. It's attempts to fly off useless as a short rope tied on to its leg was attached to one of the mans wrists. The other two, talons perched over a chair waited peacefully with caps over their eyes to prevent any more ruckus. Kate would have given that coffee house a wide birth. Next up was the 14 hour flight to São Paulo. I will never think of the flight to Sydney or Melbourne as being long ever again. I slept little as ...
... This time with the help of google translate we were able to ask, and the staff kindly walked us around the corner to one so we couldn't get lost. Got some footy supplies and after signing up earlier in the day for online footy were a bit worried to find out the Internet was not working any more! Decided not to fret and went out to dinner. Asked at reception where to go and found a place just up the road. Looked at the prices on the door and it looked ...
... when it comes to smelling good. We stopped for lunch at around 3.30pm at a quaint roadside cafe. The usual all you can eat buffet had stopped for the day so we had to order food separately - what a treat! I opted for the $10.50 deal with beef, rice, chips, salad, and black beans. The currency here equals about a third of the price in English pounds so I was very happy. I forgot how big the portions were so ate a third of my meal and spent the rest of our ...