Hotel Novotel Sao Paulo Jaragua Convention
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... out was that our bodies were hitting new levels of fatigue each day because of our hectic schedule. And so, not surprisingly, after one drink we were all ready to go to bed. And so we dragged ourselves over to the dance floor, moved our bodies from side to side until we were just minimally satisfied and then headed back to the hotel.
The next day was cultural day. And Haz made sure we saw the ...
... and tidy but on closer inspection it seems more like a veneer that hides the true Sao Paulo we saw yesterday. For every skyscraper there is a nearby run down graffitti addled street.
The skyscrapers themselves aren't anything to write home about, although there are small fire escape bridges between higher floors of adjacent buildings that I don't think I've seen before. We cut on and off of the main avenue, which also ...
... man invited us out to a concert in the park, we decided this was a brilliant idea even though we had never heard of the German jazz funk band performing. After a power nap and a shower I felt relatively alive again and was ready for this experience. Kelsey didn´t join us on this time as she went off to meet some friends she had here. Once we arrived at the park we walked in the wrong direction a couple of times before finding the stage. Over dinner we managed to catch the ...
Rio to São Paulo. Flew from Santos Dumont in Rio to Congonhas in São Paulo. Both airports gave amazing views of their respective cities. The approach to São Paulo is a bit racy and could provide a view into the living rooms of the high rise apartment buildings if you ...
... people increased. Outside the main church there were dozens of homeless people and a couple approached the group. At one point a guy was standing right behind Sebastian and me, aka, 2 very touristy looking people with a backpack filled with phones, wallets, passports, ipods and a camera. There was another guy who came along for the tour and each time he managed to distract the homeless people and get them away from the group. Ricardo also informed us where was safe and unsafe- ...