Mercure Sao Paulo Alamedas
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... trying to figure out the words to the national anthem and seeing all of the drama and emotion that came out of the games. It’s almost as great as the Olympics. So now it’s over and I am sad. The entire city has taken down its green and yellow for another four years.
That’s probably the last I’ll write on that. My life has been pretty chill. I’ve been doing stuff most days, but nothing ...
... we found a nice restaurant to settle down in and watch the game and what a game it was! I forgot to mention that Brazil had lost argueably their star player Neymar to a fractured back from a dirty tackle in their last game and their captain Thiago Silva the rock in the Brazilian back line. Everyone was hopeful but sombre as Germany came out ferocious, playing a completely different game of football they scored ...
... and photography. Historical artifacts highlighted the period of slavery in Brazil, looking closely at the sugar cane industry and the human slave-trade industry. There was even a room with a skeleton of an old slave ship with stories, videos, ship manifests, shackles, and other items to flesh out the stories. The top floor was devoted mostly to Brazilian history, including the religion of Condomblé and the history of Carnival, and showcased elaborate costumes, ...
... 8217;s haven, with fine dining everywhere you look. I had some of the best Italian food I’ve ever had here, followed the next day with an authentic Brazilian meal of insane stews and fish ribs from a monster out of the Amazon River. The largest Japanese population outside of Japan lives in this city, so sushi rocks. One menu featured a Sushi Festival with all-you-can-eat sushi trays dropped off every ...
... lunch. It was another buffet style restaurant, with very tasty food and Caipirinha shots (yes, they serve them for lunch - loved it). From there we took a little walk to our next business visit through an neighborhood called Vila Olimpia. It was a mixed residential and commercial neighborhood with a vibrant crowd of young professionals. As we walked what struck me was the amount of new high-rise construction that was going on in the city. There was definitely a growth spurt ...