Comfort Hotel Downtown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Et voila les aventures qui reprennent! Et pour le coup dans un des pays qui me tiens le plus à coeur depuis qq années, là ou je n'avais pas osé m'aventurer il y a 3 ans par manque de confiance, j'ai enfin mis les pieds au Bresil!!
Finalement ça se fait tout seul, une petite escale à Madrid et hop, on se retouve au milieu de la jungle urbaine de Sao Paulo, ville de ..... 12 millions d'habitants! Alors oui c'est ...
... There was also an exhibition of paintings by the 1920s School of Paris. Not incredibly famous pieces, but a lovely collection all the same. A selection of paintings depicting Gods and Goddesses throughout the ages. Finally a collection of Julian Schnabel pieces which were very large and colourful, although not my cup of tea.
I then returned to the hostel to get the airport bus to the international airport for my flight to Lima. I had to leave on the 16.40 bus to get ...
... maybe I don’t know what I’m talking about and we’ll just be sad. I dunno. Side note: even though the running joke is “There will be riots in Brazil tonight”, I don’t actually think things will get violent. People are more likely to just be depressed. The riots will come later. Like when we look into the budget for the Olympics. :/ Stay strong Brazil! You have a beautiful country! You have a beautiful culture full of drama and ...
... off the bridge into the terapin pond and cracked his head on a rock. He attracted quite a crowd and he was wrapped up in foil, his head bandaged whilst waiting for an ambulance. Quite a sobering and sad experience seeing someone so low. On another occasion we came across an irate old man in the middle of the street, yelling at someone in his muddled language but no one was there.
Saying this it's not all poor, depressed and crazy people at all. In fact we saw ...
We woke up and thought we may aswel make most of our day in Sao Paulo. We took a massive walk and found the Museum of Football which was free to enter on thursdays. The museum was really interesting and covered all of the history on Brazilian football. We ended up spending a few hours watching historical world cup match goals, looking at memorabilia of how the game has progressed and then playing table football which Liam sadly won. I`m still convinced ...