Parque Balneario Hotel
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... the healthcare system, etc. A retired chemical engineer, his career featured work with international companies doing business in Brazil, and he has travelled the world and seen a lot -- giving him a realistic image of his home city.
I will come back and add more photos for Part 2 of Sao Paolo.
... and I am sure the current population has adjusted to the “modern” ways of congested and noisy living. I realized as I walked and paused in front of old familiar addresses (including 489 Washington Luiz Av., our old house) that I really don’t miss any of it. I have grown so accustomed to Bend and the ways of smaller and slower living that Santos is now firmly implanted in my memory as the place I grew up in and just that. I am ok with that ...
... again today however Nino got a day off from uni and wanted to show us around some of the local attractions. We first headed to the coffee museum which was in this great big old building where they used to hold the coffee trade, seemingly Santos was known for its coffee trade, being a port town built around its export. We then headed along the beach to the aquarium. The aquarium was small and cute and only cost $2.50 to get in, however some of the ...
... cane juice before we returned back home to Ana and Zico.
When the sun set we went for, what was described as, a big sandwich. They werent kidding o.O
The finale was a drive up to the Oscar Niemeyer Lookout point over the Bay of Saint Vincent from the top of the hill on Porchat Island. Even though it was dark it was still beautiful
Afgter a long day and a long night, we headed to bed, next morning it was back to Sao Paulo!
So we arrived in Piracicaba and Edson was very excited ̀ found a cruise on Groupon, lets go!´ Half an hour later he looked up from his computer and said ̀ booked it´. So cruise number 2, Royal Caribbean, The Vision of the Seas, stops Santos - Rio de Janeiro - Montevideo (Uruguay) - Punte del Este (Uruguay) back to Santos 8 day cruise.
I have put some videos of the ship for you to see.