Mercure Sao Paulo Vila Olimpia
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... for beating Ronaldo's record) & Germany's team (after the 7th goal) was surprising to me but also very pleasing. Clearly the atmosphere post game wasnt what I or the brazilians were hoping for but they were beaten by a better team and on the whole took the defeat in good grace.
I spent most of the rest of the daytimes in Belo chilling out in the parks around the town or looking round some of the (many) shopping centres but at night time I usually did ...
... her to understand it had tape on it. By this time, we were under 10 minutes to spare, and I kept asking if I can just go with her to go get it off the belt. By this time, there couldn't have been too many bags left on the belt from my flight, right? Wonderful GRU in Sao Paulo. They pretty much dump any flight on I think three baggage claim belts. Ugh.
Now I am sweating it. They seem to be having fun looking at the watch and ...
We had breakfast in the hostel which wasn't anything special compared to Bambu hostel and then headed out into the city. We took the metro to the main square called Sè which had the citys main cathedral, called St Pauls Cathedral which in Portuguese stands for Sao Paulo Cathedral. This was nice but more modern than previous ones we had seen and it had a service on while we was visiting so couldn't have a real nosey around. After walking around ...
... About a thousand people were jammed onto a basketball court in which even the goals are plastered with street art. The smell of a hundred cigarettes and not a few joints was probably the first thing I noticed upon walking in though. Outside the place, street vendors were selling cheap beer (it's legal to carry an open container on the sidewalk here) and police officers looked amused as they maintained a semblance of order. The highlight of the event was one of ...
... two lanes for the cars, a total of four 'cos it's a two-way road. Also there was no traffic at all! I commend the Brazil for there amazing roads! HAHA! I got to see some cities we passed by and some views from the mountains. When we arrived in São Paulo, all I can see were buildings and the gray sky. Ari's father announced, "Welcome to the gray city of São Paulo!", which made me chuckle. I am not exaggerating even for just a bit! It was really gray and cold...