Mercure Sao Paulo Nacoes Unidas
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... upon entering, we realized the view was literally the same thing we had just seen for free so we decided against parting with our money.
Our next stop was to downtown which was pretty interesting. Being a Sunday, it was empty and the only people that were around were the hundreds of homeless people trying to survive. It was pretty sad to see actually.
We passed by the financial centre, and checked out the banco de brasil headquarters which has ...
Sao Paolo...not somewhere I particularly enjoy but going to the semi finals of the World Cup has to have its cons I suppose. Back in the Concrete Jungle we felt we knew what we were doing...we had after all been here before, a rarity when it came to our time in Brazil.
As is quite typical with any competition there is 2 Semi Finals...given my support of Germany and our location, Brazil we thought we ...
... They both take it in turns having micro sleeps. Between micro sleeps the pair look at each other with fear as they pass through this new city. After an hour in the taxi The pair wonder if driver has any idea where he is going. The driver keeps driving, the motorcycles keep zooming past and the cars keep honking at each other and time keeps ticking by. Ryan checks his watch they have been in ...
... are dirty and covered in soot. Lots of gorgeous facades, just crumbling away like in Rio and Havana. In many ways, São Paulo looks like the zombies have taken over, and with the fast ones from “28 Days Later.”
I’ve been a couple times, but each time I’ve only seen the inside of hotels and restaurants. This time I worked a trade show on the other side of town, so I got to ...
... info booth.
If a trip to a latin country is in your future, here is what I have learned over the past few years and reminded of today:
-Few, if any, streets are laid out in a grid
-Most streets are named after historic figures but you would have to have an advanced degree in local history to know who they are. So really they are just people’s names, their full names. In Latin countries, that is not a small sign. To make ...