Sao Paulo Airport Marriott Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Airport Transportation
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Most of Saturday was spent at a bar called Urucum in Vila Madelena (bar & restaurant district) with our hosts to watch the Brazil vs Chile game. Everyone left and right of us was wearing either yellow, green or blue. The pictures and videos can speak for themselves. We had dinner at a famous Italian pizzeria restaurant afterwards which was great. Loved the crispy pizza dough and the bottles of garlic in olive oil. Dessert was chocolate and sicillian orange gelato ice cream. Today ...
... I was shaking the whole time so when I finished I didn't really need to give it an extra shake. I feel sorry for the next person that goes in cause there're going to get wet feet". Now for some serious sleep. Seat down, shoes off, blanket on, iPod in, playlist on sleep. Come at me Casey Chambers, Avril Lavigne and Paul Simon. Day 20 - 11 hrs gone, 1 hr to go. The bus makes a quick stop to drop off a couple of people. Shaun thought it is a good idea to get out for a quick ...
... there was a section of the crowd who were dancing and singing to the beat of samba drums and took off their shirts and starting waving in the air each time their team scored. They didn't even stop when their team conceded a goal! We wrapped up the day with a caipirinha and a beer to avoid a torrential thunder storm in one of the many street side cafe/bars which we love to visit. Whilst admiring the lightening show outside, it was a great way to cap off our last day in Sao Paulo. ...
... we were all thrilled when the 4 hour ride was over.
We had a really hard time finding a place to stay due to the New Year holiday. All of the good hostels and B&B's were booked and the high rated hotels were too expensive. So we ended at one of the Mercure chain hotels in the business district area of Times Square. It was comfortable with a lot of space and included a pool, so there was no complaining here but it fit the gray concrete jungle stereotype. The large ...
... with them for a couple of days. We also visited Tia Maria who is Marcelo's dad's sister and she runs an estate agency. She made us a lovely dinner and delicious dessert.
So now Carnival. I guess all of you have heard of it, but what is it? In actual fact rather than just being a parade held in each city, it is a huge competition. There are numerous Samba schools throughout Brasil and there are ...