Mercure Sao Paulo Pinheiros Hotel
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... but he managed to have a much better day than me as he met a few people at our hostel and went to copacabana beach for the day whilst I spent the day on a bus to rio to avoid the extortionate last minute flight prices! I arrived in the early evening and we had a decent catch up after having not seen each other for about 6 months. We went out for some Brazilian picanha (roasted meat) and some drinks on the streets of Lapa which is known for its street parties and even more so ...
... way if you are ever there, is underground because you have to take a bus to your plane. Walked right past the escalator twice. But, the good news is with the help of my phrasebook, and learning quickly that Brazilians think things will be just fine up to the last minute, I was on my way to Natal. Last one on the bus, last row on the plane, but first in dodging losing my luggage and my mind in the first 65 minutes on the ground in Brazil.
... a disgusting smell. Afterwards we headed to republica square to find some lunch but there wasn't much there so we took the underground to our next planned stop in Paulista and had lunch in a shopping centre close by. This area was a big business area with high rise skyscrapers and a lot better than some of the areas we had walked through. Not long after lunch had settled we were on the move again, our last stop of the day was one Steve had been ...
... O.B. Accordingly on the way we stopped at a grocery store to buy a week's supply of liquor and cookies. The music was surprisingly good. I suppose many of the world's great cover artists are hiding out in Brazil. It was almost disconcerting to hear songs from our parents' coming-of-age in such a different setting. I should add though that after stumbling through Portuguese conversations all day long, I think Dan and I felt pretty proud of ourselves when we were ...
... years away from what she called 3rd generation production which is a self sustaining operation, where the mills get bioelectric replenshiment of their water reservoirs during the dry seaon which runs from May through November.
The afternoon visit today was just as interesting as the morning visit as we got to meet Moacir Kang (http://www.apontador.com.br/institucio ...