Novotel Sao Paulo Morumbi
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... and apparently they have shot horror films there. On route to our next destination the museum of football we came across the FAAP an art museum for special exhibitions. It had a lovely entrance hall and was showing work by the famous photographer Mario Testino. It’s called In Your Face and exhibits some of his famous celebrity photos including photos of stars like Gisele, J-Lo, Lady Gaga, Kate Moss etc. It was pretty amazing and ...
... posh pizzeria for dinner, where they keep it under a lid and serve you one slice at a time. We would have preferred it if we could just serve ourselves... Since it slowed down our usual eating pace! But we somehow found room for 2 very chocolatey desserts too :-) Overall we had a good week in São Paulo but it was just too big a city for us. It is like London in many ways but with an awful public transport network and few tourist sights - give us a smaller cultural town ...
... eventually reached Paraty late afternoon - a small coastal town full of narrow cobblestoned streets. Our hostel was very lively - we spent the first night drinking several beers and met Eliot, a fellow Brit who was travelling a similar route to us (introducing since we´ve spent a lot of time with him since!).
As we had poor weather in Ilha Grande, we made the most of our only full day by spending time at the Paraty-Mirim beach, 45 ...
With a state holiday on Tuesday, we had a bit of a slow start in Sao Paulo. Most people took Monday off as well to enjoy an extra long weekend. Luckily the sales director for Radisson Faria Lima was around to offer us a site tour of our hotel as well as a nearby property, the Clarion. The Radisson is in the midst of renovations. Public spaces are complete, but a large number of guestrooms are on the docket to be ...
... of Jardins and Morumbi. Afterwards we went for a traditional Brazilian lunch at a Minerva. . Had some cool food. Nothing I recognized so I just tried a little of everything from the buffet. While waiting for the bus we walked up to ave paulista where it just so happens that the largest lgbt parade was happening. It was pretty outrageous. Besides the party goers, we saw a pickpocket kid get shakedown down by the police. Next stop was hotel checking at ceasar business. After ...