Mercure Sao Paulo Funchal
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... Dubai through its affiliation with dnata Travel. Our hosts were wonderful and took us through the benefits and shortcomings of operating in Brazil and at the end of our appointment, were generous enough to take us to the roof of the building where we saw the endless city of Sao Paolo from one of its taller buildings.
Our next stop was at the university where Elizabeth Wada, the Director of Hospitality and Tourism took us through the history ...
... 160;about sewing in the Victorian era (Yep that was one of our school trips). We finished the day with a beer and stroll through the bohemian suburb of Villa Madalena which included our third cemetery of the day. The cool little bar we stopped in at had a wide selection of craft beers from around the world including one costing a cool $60 a bottle. Unsurprisingly we had the cheapest local beer they had. Mum & Dad bought Zoe an awesome onesie for ...
By 4pm I had boarded my flight to Munich and was delighted to see that not only was there no one in the seat next to me, but there wasn't anyone in the whole row of the plane, so I was able to spread my stuff out and relax for the 12 hour flight. I knew that the Munich temperatures were in the 20's and 30's, so I sadly said goodbye to the warm Sao Paoloan weather and got my coat and scarf handy.
... at the store and played cards while drinking more back at the hotel!!
The next day we did a walking tour of the centro area of Sao Paulo which was really interesting and went up the hightest building in the city to see a 360 degree view of the hundreds of skyscrapers and the helicopter taxis that the rich people use to get around!
There had been riots in many Brazilian cities ...
... open fire. With our bellies full, we jumped in a cab and went to Sao Paolo's other famous football stadium; the home of Sao Paolo FC, Morumbi. SP were playing Ituana in the Paulista league and we were treated to a 3-2 cracker. The home team snook a victory with a great header with two mins to go. The game was real end to end stuff with a very excitable crowd who were quick to shout for their team but also to roar abuse if they disapproved of their defending. Throughout ...