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So, after my lovely two hour nap and early morning breakfast, I raised the window shade as we were making our initial descent into Sao Paulo, where I had a scheduled 65 minute connection window to Natal. What a view I got as I was looked to the west. It was a great first view of Brazil with lush green mountains and hills. Wow! I thought Sao Paulo had a lot people living here. Then we crossed those mountains and holy ****...that's a lot ...
We started out by visiting the Edificio building which resembles the emipre state building in New York. We had to sign in and they took a copy of our passport, for security purposes. We then had to catch 2 lifts to floor 30 then up to floor 34, walking the final two up to the viewing platform at the top. Only 5 people were allowed up at once so we had a short wait but it was a great view when finally out there, ...
... of the Empire State Building, complete with observation deck, known as the Banespa building. We also drove by the Theatro Municpal São Paulo (Municipal theater) which was again a little difficult to see in the rain, so additional photo added.
From there we drove to the Estádio Municipal Paulo Machado de Carvalho, São Paulo (Municipal Soccer stadium) that is the home of the Sao Paulo soccer team, Corintians. The stadium is also know as Estadio do Pacaembu. ...
... afternoon. It was a 6 hour bus to São Paulo, we had 2 stops. Got in about 4pm and bought our tickets for the 6.30pm overnight bus to Iguazzu Falls. This was a 15 hour bus with 4 stops. It was fine, you've a lot more room than on a plane and the seats recline back very far. Still not the same as your own bed ...
Thursday- February 14
The bus to Sao Paulo was certainly a lot smoother than some of the previous buses. It was not completely full, so we managed 2 seats each and could spread out (within reason) to sleep. It was also on time- so when we arrived at the bus terminal in Sao Paulo, we booked our ticket to Rio asap. The bus terminal in Sao Paulo (according to an email from Mum), is the 2nd biggest in the world. It is also extremely modern and organized. We then had ...
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