Mercure Sao Paulo Privilege
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the next day catching up with our good friends, Doomy and Lia and having them spoil us with amazing cocktails, local Brazillian drinks and real non-backpacker food! It was so nice to have locals take us around and see the posh parts of the ...
... my own pints!
Meeting Samora and Paul in Salvador and having more fun including fan fest for brazil colombia which was utter madness, plenty good food, beach time & seeing penalties live for the first time at the holland vs Costa Rica game.
We also worked out a sad fact- Samora is an Aussie fan, Paul is an Italy fan and I'm an England fan. If you exclude the Italy win versus England (as its two of those teams playing one another) then between our three teams ...
... of Wall street and Pompeii.
Reached Sao Paulo, immigration was a breeze and walked out to find our greeter with my name from the tour company. She didn't speak a word of English. in 2 minutes there was another lady who spoke English joined us. She took us to the car.
Carlos was our tour guide and driver. We hopped on the car and he drove us out and we were in Sao Paulo. Sao Paulo has 15 million people and luckily we were on a public religious holiday and the roads ...
... br> Visa: Free
Meals: $8 - $15
Water: $3 per litre
Alcohol: $4 for a long neck
Transport: Subway single $1.50
Average Daily Spend per person: $54
Transport there for both of us: $160 – 18 hour Overnight bus across the border
Total Spend for both of us inc. Transport: $375
... we explored the neighbourhood of our hotel. This area seems to be a very good neighbourhood: lots of modern high rise buildings with offices and condos, many shops, cafés and bars. Obviously, we had to get our first Caipirinha at a local bar. Yummy! Then we continued walking around for another two hours before dining at a Brazilian steak house. Oh dear, I have never seen nor eaten so much meat before! For everybody, who has not experienced a ...