Mercure Sao Paulo Alamedas
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... in Brazil), Capirinha nights, etc. The view from the club lounge wasn't too shabby either. Another perfect end to a perfect day!
Now, I would like to leave you with another quick fact about Brazil. The letter R here is pronounced like H. So Renaissance is Henaissance and the Brazilian Real is pronounced Heis. Stand by while I figure out why Heis and not Heil..
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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 ...
... degrees of humid heat lined up to greet me.The airport was hectic,but not taxing in any way,backpack retrieved off the luggage belt,a quick walk to terminal 2 to pick up my hotel transfer and I was checked in and up in the room within half an hour of leaving the airport.
So,I am here and it is a relief and no mishaps,I retire to bed tonight with a satisfied grin....The door of South America is open..... tomorrow we go to ...
... good football museum whose $3 entry fee was well worth the visit. There were lots of memorabilia of the 5 Brazilian teams that had won the world cup. What was a real eye opener though, was the social commentary aspect of how football was introduced to brazil in the 1880s as an elitist white mans sport. Brazil only outlawed slavery in 1888 and it wasn't until 1927 that black people were allowed to play alongside the wealthy elite. Some of the old footage of greats like ...
... traffic chaos and overflowed public transportation system. I guess it did not help that most of the days I was there it was raining heavily and certainly did not contribute to a positive experience as it limited my mobility.
Other than being the financial centre of Brasil and having one of the best nightlife in the world, Sao Paolo has not much to offer.
It was hot and raining a lot and even hotter when not raining!
The transportation system ...