Mercure Apartments Sao Paulo Nortel
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- Room service
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... interesting pieces of artwork inside and out the front. We walked back to the subway and on the way back realized that Sao Paulo isn't particularly a city that welcomes many tourists. Despite having a great night life,
We came back to Bruno's place, ordered a pizza and cooked some dinner, watched inglorious basterds before packing up our stuff, saying our thank you's and goodbye and walking to the metro, to catch the train to the bus station! We are off to ...
... the "wrong" semi. Nevertheless we put up with the mild disappointment, Perry and Bec cheered for Brazil as the only way we could see them play was if they made it to the finals. I sat torn...Brazil in the finals meant Germany kicked out...no chance to see Ozil, Schweinsteiger or Lahm to name a few...amazing players and something I would love to see in person, as I said; Torn!
As was customary ...
... for an hour and 40 minutes. Cirsty takes a sigh of relief when she spots the Mercure sign and so does the taxi driver. The duo comment that maybe taxis are cheap in Brazil. Once again the pair question each other over tipping but realise they can't anyway as they have no Real. The weary travellers check-in to their room at 11.45am, 27hrs after leaving Miami. Needless to say the pair head straight to ...
... of the city when rushing around in taxis. Naturally though, we stayed in the posh neighborhood of Jardins that is home to one of the most expensive shopping streets in South America, Rua Oscar Freire. People here are rich, as in generations of owning Brazilian pineapple plantation rich, not new movie star rich. The huge homes of this area are surrounded by high fences topped with electric wires, guard houses, and ...
... they abbreviate the guy’s name in big font letters and his put his full name in tiny print underneath.
-Over time, street signs on pole get turned around so they don’t really point in the right direction. Kind of like an old Road Runner Cartoon. We all know how that turns out for the coyote.
I still had the free map from the airport. Before I left the room, I drew the walking tour I photo’d before I left Seattle. I ...