Mercure Sao Paulo Pamplona
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... big big city with art work everywhere. There are art gallerys everywhere and artist photos line the streets and metro stations. If your into art in any way, get yourself to this city. There is a lot of poverty in the city and poor people sleep on every corner. We didn't feel like our bags were been watch as much as we did in Rio though.
At the end of the day we went back to the hostel to find hammock on the ...
... to the monument that marks the founding of the city. the old mission church down there still exists and we walked over to it but pictures were not allowed. Needless to say, it was much smaller than the Cathedral.
From here we got back on the bus and continued the tour via bus on our way to lunch. As we drove up the hill through some slightly more up-scale neighborhoods Fernando explained that this part of the city was called "Higieneopolis" and ...
Our group arrived in Sao Paulo at around 8:30 this morning, where we were met by Fernando (AKA Russel Crowe's Brother) and our own private bus for a guided tour of the city complete with lunch and a later check in at our hotel.
The tour started with a brief background on the country of Brazil, its cultural and political society ans an orientation ride through downtown São Paulo. We visited some of the ...
Oh my. So I the end of the semester is arriving much more quickly than I would like to admit.
Instead of trying to catch up on everything I think the best part to update you all on what I did this past holiday. It was a day out in São Paulo, first with Emily and Professora Margarida, then with some seminary friends.
Profe, Emily, and I spent our day on Avenida Paulista. First we we took a picture with an Elvis impersonator and then ate ...
... wine expert – well I’ve got so far as being able to tell the difference between a cabernet sauvignon, a merlot and and a malbec (yes I know it’s on the label).
As well as my lack of insight into the continent, unfortunately there has been nothing remotely philosophical about my posts either– but then again what do I know about philosopy. I know there is some bloke called Plato and that there is this thing called existentialism (I thought ...
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