Sao Paulo Airport Marriott Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... a train strike= everyone person in SaoPaulo on the road. great for catching up on lost sleep. we finally arrived at our lovely hostel around 12 and had to wait till 2 for our room to be ready. thanks to the train strike, the hostel were understaffed as half their employees couldn't get to work, meaning our room took even longer to get ready, giving us plenty of time to find the nearest bakery-best thing so far about SaoPaulo! Rio had no idea how to make food, ...
... flat on Paulista, the main street in Sao Paulo, flat perfectly polished, walls and furniture pearl white, and beautifully decorated with lights arround the living room, a Christmas tree surrounded by warped presents, a table set for Christmas, and a tropical storm outside!
We started eating at about 10.30. Bread with cream cheeses and nibbles followed by roasted pork and potatoes, lasagne, farofa, something tipical from Brazil... Then at midnight they stated ...
... hot at the same time and the smell of the toilet filled all corners of the bus. I made a journey to the toilet early on in the trip (before it was defouled by anyone travelling with us) and it took about 100 times the effort I imagined it would. The door had to be opened violently and with full body force, and I didn't notice the state of the broom-closet sized room until I used my body weight to slam myself back in. The bin normally attached to the wall was ...
... Hunger Games is a recent movie based on the first book in a series by Suzanne Collins. It is a futuristic sci-fi story set in a country which is made up of 12 districts. Each year each district must provide a young girl and young boy to compete in a fight to the death survival match set in a high tech forest in the centre of the country. The last child standing is the sole victor. The whole event, from the children's or ...
... is perhaps MOST famous for its gorgeous food - which I felt obligated, of course, to try - as a passive observer. For lunch, I hit the Mercato, the massive food market housed in a beautiful 19th century building, where I tried the 'Mortadela', a MASSIVE pork sausage and cheese sandwich. It was hideously filling, and soooo good until I added Brazilian mustard to my final quarter, thinking that it bore at least some resemblance to British mustard. It did not. Think a heap load of ...