Mercure Sao Paulo Paulista
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... one of the high risers to have a view of Sao Paulo. By the time we got there it was unfortunately closed, so we head to nearby market ‘Mercado Municipal’, where we fell into a tourist trap and bought some very overpriced fruit. We then wondered through the streets for a while and headed to the oldest art museum in town called ‘Pinacoteca’. This part of town was overcrowded, dirty and there were loads of dodgy characters around. We decided to head ...
... well for us. Blake finishes up his book, Lone Survivor while I contemplate life in between glass of Johnny Walker, I had left my book in the airport in Lima. Eventually, it is time to head out and we make our way to the gate, stopping to do one last bit of shopping, and get to the gate in time to board with our group.
The trip was everything we could have imagined, both the Inca Trail and the World Cup in Rio. Trip of a ...
... people queuing for some restaurants than eating in them! We went for a quieter one to try the local pastry everyone was selling. Ours had cheese and tomato in a crispy flaky pastry that was deep fried. It was delicious. We then went past the cathedral and more people filled shopping streets towards the Japanese district. There was a long street lined with Japanese lantern style street lights and shops selling oriental foods and products. Having walked for a few hours ...
... Internet infrastructure. While Brazilians are used to it and think it is better than what they have had to date, it is nowhere near as dependable and fast as the services offered in the USA. While Mo believes that the technological infrastructure needs increasing, he feels that physical infrastructure (roads, railways, etc) is in greater need of improvement. However, he is also able to use his data to drive improvements in fleet management, insurance, and many ...
... AMAZING 2. Uyuni salt flats and surrounds 3. Macchu Picchu and the sacred valley 4. Rio de Janeiro sites (too many to select from so we will just say everything about rio) 5. Caribbean coast- Columbia (including Tyrona national park, sailing the Caribbean 6. Going to a football game- a very interesting experience 7. Beunos aires nightlife 8. The Amazon jungle 9. Buenos Aires suburbs and sights. La Boca, Palermo and Recoleta all fantastic and ...