Mercure Sao Paulo Pamplona
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... games with our new pals. We spent the remainder of that night touring the local bars in Vila Madalena, testing out the Brazilian shots, Cachaça, and our samba skills.
Our last day in SP was spent recovering and preparing for our night bus to Florainopolis, aka hanging around the hostel. However, we did venture out to visit Batman alley, a local graffiti hotspot. We eventually made our way across town a few hours early to avoid the crazy rush hour on the SP metro.
... no resentment, no violence, and no massive national-identity crises. There were tons of internet memes (which are hilarious), and tons of jokes, but that’s it. Almost no one paid much attention to the third place game, and the people that watched were either just making jokes or cheering for the Netherlands. But otherwise, I’m impressed. I think if something equivalent to this happened in America or in a ...
... a doozie (go figure). Pam and I spent the night at her friends house, and the next morning I was refreshed. We walked around the financial center and downtown areas, stopping in some of Pam's favorite haunts. We ate delicious sushi. YUM! That night we went to a classic burger joint for ice cream, and out to a cute bar with stiff drinks. There we met a friend of my friend Shira's. He is my age and we have been chatting on Facebook for a few weeks. He's given me some pointers and ...
... are dirty and covered in soot. Lots of gorgeous facades, just crumbling away like in Rio and Havana. In many ways, São Paulo looks like the zombies have taken over, and with the fast ones from “28 Days Later.”
I’ve been a couple times, but each time I’ve only seen the inside of hotels and restaurants. This time I worked a trade show on the other side of town, so I got to ...
... made from sugarcane, and with the rest of the world wanting to reduce their dependence on foreign oil, I think Brazil is poised to become a major player, if not the world leader in the supply and export of ethanol as a viable fuel source to many countries around the world. They are ready for the challenge, however do not want to invest in new mills and expansion of their crops until the world wide demand for ethanol increases, which is understandable. The bottom line is, if ...