Comfort Hotel Downtown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... Brasilia at 4:00 PM. We slept a while on the bus until it was 6:30 PM. From there we ate the rest of our food. We spoke with some of the locals on the bus and finally slept on the bus at 10:00 PM. We woke up at 6:00 AM and an hour later we arrived in Sao Paulo (7:00AM). After an hour and 16 minutes we managed to make it to Sao Paulo international airport at 8:47 ...
... the market there was a bit more space to breath and we followed various tourist signs to the cities attractions although "attractions" is a bit of a strong word. Half the time we didn't know what we were supposed to be looking at. The city itself just seems really bland and has no real identity. There is also a lot of graffiti and derelict buildings. Apparently the downtown area is a no go area in the evenings due to all the crack ...
By the time I found the sections that had chairs no armrests for sleeping on it was too late, they were all taken already, so I walked around until around 1am & couldn't take it anymore. I found the floor in a small section of the sleeping area and used my jacket as a mattress/blanket and managed a 2hr sleep.
Went and checked in at 4am & hopped on my air France 6am flight to Paris & then connect to Sao Paulo. When I checked in I got ...
... very interactive, so I took the opportunity to measure my shot and scoring a goal. Thirty-seven kilometres per hour – well, I wore sandals... Anyway, professional soccer player kick it three times faster. I would never ever want to be a keeper!
One part of the museum had enormous screens showing some fan reactions during the game. I have never been to a soccer match before, but watching these people cheering, jumping, chanting and going crazy as soon ...
... pigs knuckles, snout or tongue. Fortunately they also serve this dish with the meats separated out so we could take what we want. I also found out that Brazilian desert is VERY sweet! Nevertheless, Dolce de Leite is worth the extra carbs! Our first meal in Brazil and our first all-u-can-eat (but not our last!).
Well we still had some time before check-in so it was off to Estado Municipal (Municipal Stadium). I'm no soccer fan, but it was fun to go ...