Marriott Executive Apartments
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... the food you want, from salad to pasta to meat, and then they just weigh it at the end and you pay by the kilo.
We had a really good lunch, then took a walk through the Wall Street of Sao Paulo, which is the financial center for all of Latin America really, since Sao Paulo is the biggest city in South America. There are over 20 million people here, so the only bigger one in Latin America is Mexico City. ...
... stained glass window and filled with lots of vendors selling an array for food and drink. Here Rach got a coffee shot and we found an information centre where we got a better map of the city. Using our new map we made our way to Republica. The square was full of people, some vendors and well homeless people. Somethings I've notice about central São Paulo - there are a lot of homeless people, who've even set up shacks/planks of wood/tents ...
The streets are full decorated, lights, Santas everywhere, huge Christmas trees, more lights...I had never seen decorations of such dimensions! We even found snow, even though it's summer here and the temperature is of about 30 degrees! Of course it was fake snow...it was on a little street called Normandia, where all houses where lightened up, a few restaurants serving food outside, stands selling popcorns... Instead of having a hot drink as usually in ...
... happening and he told us that our flight had been cancelled. He informed us that we would still get to Sao Paulo however on a flight leaving ten minutes later bound for the city’s other airport. This turned out to be advantageous as it is situated much closer to the city centre where we were staying. After collecting our baggage which thankfully made the journey with us we then had to figure out how to get to our hostel. A very ...
... time to order pizza. I knew the word for meet and the waiter point at an item on the menu, that was all the persuasion we needed. The meal was superb, the pizza mouth wateringly sublime and washed down with a local beer as we daren"t even attempt the wine list.
Our time was short so after coffee and biscuits we went on a whilrwind tour of the city including an alley full of graffiti, ...