Mercure Sao Paulo Ibirapuera
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... hour) sleep for the first time on this trip. Today was cultural day and we had agreed with Monica that we would meet at the lobby at 10am. At breakfast we met both Monica and Nicola, who is a travel manager for a company in New York and will accompany us throughout our Sao Paulo leg. They are both really nice and it’s great that we again in Sao Paulo will have the opportunity to have an experienced travel manager with us we can ask questions ...
... exhibits, but was very haphazard in its organisation. There was stuff about slavery, then capoeira, then lots of pictures of St George killing the dragon, which wasn't explained in a satisfactory way.
We had some very nice snacks in Sao Paulo, baked pastries with meat and vegetables in, and some very cheap and delicious kilo buffet meals (where you pay for your food by weight). We also had a burger at a 50s style diner called Ze do Burger one evening, ...
A couple of hugs to a sobbing mother and friends and finally the trip of a lifetime, one several years in the making, was underway.
Having been stressing about my tardily-challenged and partially arabic looking friend causing us to miss our flight (we were already well behind the 8-ball) it was only right that I was pulled aside for a dual security check. Satisfied that my only weapon was my baby blues and arresting charm i was sent on my way.
... off at Tiago's and said bye to Paolo, which was sad. I am so grateful for everything she has done for us, but she has to go back to Curitiba tonight. We then headed home to Marcella's for a chilled night at hers. We blogged, she spontaneously made brigadeiro and we weren't that hungry (especially after the brigadeiro) so had a few slices of this huge DELICIOUS slab of meat her sister had cooked. Then it was off to bed. Sidenote : São Paolo has so much amazing graffiti ...
My final day in Brazil I decided to explore two of Sao Paulo's museums noted among the best of Latin America. The MASP- hyped as perhaps the best art museum South America has to offer, was a bit of a disappointment to say the least. A few Van Goghs, Reniors, Monets, (I found out too late that even photos weren't allowed), all stuffed into one floor with three different rooms. Half the floor was a gallery showing of one German ...