Mercure Sao Paulo Paulista
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... it was probably the most interesting exhibition venue I have ever been in. Retaining the original features, with each patient room being an separate artist exhibition space.
The exhibition was a mixture of Brazilian and international artists, none of whom I recognised, but some pretty interesting stuff.
This is the East London esque area of the city, with antique shops, ...
... As I cannot play soccer as well as any of them, I will not be judging them. On the contrary, I still love that team. Stay strong for third place guys. Well, here’s what happened that you didn’t see. Brazil does not get bummed over soccer. They do not get upset over losing a game. They mourn losing a game. They go into depression about being out of the World Cup. That’s about what happened 23 minutes in. After that… well we’ll just say ...
... where we were, all I knew was the time we were supposed to get there and we still had an hour to go. Unfortunately our stop for the boat had come and gone and I was happily doing my nails whilst pip was sleeping… needless to say when we got to the end of the line and realised that this was not where we could get a boat from because it was Sunday we had a slight panic attack!
Not only did we need to pay again to go back on ourselves but now we ...
... was starting to crave some fish, just for a change. Brazilians are a large meat eating people, and while I love meat, too much of a good thing can become a little overwhelming.
After lunch we headed out of town, and arrived at our next business visit, Natura Cosmetics. Natura has a direct selling business model utilizing door to door sales consultants, and can be compared very closely to Avon or Mary Kay in the USA. We were met by our guide, Henrique, at the ...
Took early metro to Gol hostel - football themed, of course - amongst the commuters. Simple hostel. Walked the city and saw china town and two main plazas - Se and Republica. Teatro Municipal and Santander building for good views of city. Lunch at Mercado Municipal. Metro to Corinthians stadium - Estadio do Pacaembu. Rubbish pizza for dinner. United win title. Early night before bus ...