Mercure Sao Paulo Pinheiros Hotel
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... to keep going we turned back with no regrets, caught the subway and go off at station near our hotel. On the way from the subway to the hotel we stopped at the supermarket to by our stellar dinner. Mine consisted of chocolate milk and a banana. In the hotel lobby I discovered my iphone could access the internet here and made myself at home... For the next 2 hours. After my wifi binge I showered, packed my bags, got some more wifi time in and then went to ...
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Address: Rua Funchal 129, 1st floor, Vila Olímpia, São Paulo
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... making it quite unsafe to walk around at night.
Later in the afternoon we meet up with Fernando and Louise, two Paulista´s (the name given to residents of SP) whom we had met in Rio. They deserve a separate mention in this blog as they have gone out of their way, both in Rio and in Sampa, to translate for us and show us around, acting as our guides and friends and helping us discover Brazilian culture from an insider´s perspective. We spend the evening in ...
... the family who ran it lived in the basement. It had a lovely feel to it and everything was easy. After meandering aimlessly around the supermarket not having a clue what we wanted to cook, but knew we couldn't stomach pasta again, i suggested we had our first bit of 'street food' as i had seen some stalls by the metro station. We had a meat kebab stick and a portion of fries - it was immense, and so incredibly cheap - I loved Sao Paulo right then. Back at ...