Mercure Sao Paulo Ibirapuera
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... since qq years where I did not venture there 3 years for lack of confidence, I finally set foot in Brazil !!
Finally it is done alone, a stop in Madrid and presto, we retouve the middle of the urban jungle of Sao Paulo, a city of 12 million people .....! So yes it is great! And I like that, people, language, style street food ... The city is quite undulating with small streets to the wall sometimes a bit run ...
... is simple and works better, and some that are just plain bizarre!
- Biscuits are a staple diet - they have entire shops and aisles in supermarkets dedicated to them.
- Sugar is in everything, they have cake for breakfast.
- One carb per meal is never enough (rice & chips / pasta & potato)
- Dogs rule the streets, everywhere!
- Toilet paper does not belong in toilets, there are bins provided everywhere and you can be fined if ...
... boys look like they can drink and they keep refilling her glass with beer. Ryan learns that Roy is not really Roy, his name is Ross. Ryan is totally confused as he thought when he was introduced to the 3 Rs the night before his name was Roy. Ryan invites a local guy to sit next to him for a chat. Ryan practically pushes him back of the seat when he is approached by a camera man and reporter from the associated press media company for an interview. ...
... uncomfortable. The free set that the airline keeps on hand, they hurt even more. So there I sat for about three hours, then the joints and the gluts were aching. Then I thought that international flights should at least have free beer and wine. The drink cart went by twice and the dinner cart went by once. No offers for adult beverages though. Out of no where, the girl next to pulled out an airplane sized bottle of wine. I followed suit and got ...
As my friend had to work during the day, I had to find things to do on my own. Two places that I was glad I visited were the Museu de Arte de São Paulo or MASP for short and the Choque Cultural.
The former was a well-known art museum. Its building is unique because it doesn't have regular supports. The day that I visited (I think on Tuesday) it happened to be free so I was very happy. I saw an exhibition on old woodcuts and the evolution ...