Mercure Sao Paulo Pamplona
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Pets allowed
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When it came to SÃ£o Paulo we'd heard mixed reviews. We had heard great things about the nightlife but we would be there Sunday -Wednesday and would therefore miss majority of the weekend.
Many people said "skip it", "It's a city of 20 million people", "it's the 3rd largest metropolis in the world", "You'll never get your head around it so its not even worth it". Even our bamba itinerary only allocated 1 full day in SÃ£o ...
... t complaining ;-) Here we tried a local snack called pastel, a deep fried pastry with whatever filling you wanted. We had the traditional meat filling, washed down with a sugar cane juice. Yum!
We celebrated my Birthday whilst at Thais's which was perfect. Thais and Shaun did a great job of making my birthday special and one to remember. I was feeling a bit apprehensive about being away from family and friends but having Thais's family and friends around made ...
... advertising his wares – he was selling everything from crisps, water, fizzy drinks, chocolates etc. After his brisk sales, the bus stopped in the middle of nowhere and he got-off. The point I am trying to make is whether this was official or not, he was not sitting on his laurels – he was out there hassling and that to me is true entrepreneurship.
We got to Viracopos airport on time but to ...
... at me 16 times for trying on masks and playing with toys I wasn't supposed to touch. Hasn't anyone taught her about "try before you buy?" We continued on to a rich part of town called Oscar Freiri with some of the most expensive clothing and shoes in Sao Paolo. I was in the market for a pair of shoes to go out in, but I wasn't about to spring $100 for a single pair. I was, however in the mood to try Brazil's version of dulce de leche: Brigadero. This soft chocolate paste is rolled ...
... and their clothes. Infact it was set up like a small community, people were trading, washing, chatting, sleeping, almost like an open favela outside the cathedral.
We tried some sugar cane juice which sounds nice but was really not nice at all! The brazillians seem to love sugary food and drinks! We went to the monastry but couldn´t see the monks that still live there. It was ...