Plaza Inn American Loft
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... buffet style food & Cooked meat v common in brazil) which has a decent selection of veggie food. A rest afterwards at the hotel (so nice to have your own room to relax in) was followed by a night of madness in vila madelena which is the area we had been advised to visit in São Paulo after the brazil game. The advice was spot on as the roads were packed out with brazilians, Mexicans and people of any background you should wish to find. We spent about 5 ...
... immediately that I made a mistake. That's when I broke out my trusty Brazilian Portuguese phrasebook for the first time on my trip. I thought the hotel in Natal would be the first place I would need to use it, but hey, I got my whole $6.95 moneys worth right then and there. They even had a chapter for luggage and airport. So, lovely GOL lady calls her manager over who speaks a bit better English. I tell her what happened. She calmly tells ...
... to where we were staying and went to a Brazilian restaurant with all different types of Brazilian cuisine, it was an all you can eat with lots of choice, all very nice. We had little bits of everything for mains and desserts but the puddings weren't that great, not as good as the lunch. They were very odd and not usual things we would ever see as puddings, Kerry even ate egg without realising. She ate ambrosia ...
... one word in Portuguese - obregado - thank you. We managed to get by in Panama, Chile and Argentina; but in Brazil we are struggling. Thankfully, it seems, in the touristy areas English is spoken more widely then in the Spanish speaking countries. It's still not common though. After a week in São Paulo we'd had enough of walking around the city and lounging at the hostel, playing X-box with some of ...
... a number of other landmarks, which were unfortunately not easy to see as the windows of the coach kept steaming up from the rain and humidity. I tried to take a few photos, but they didn't come out to well, so I have posted them with some downloaded photos of what these landmarks look like on a clear day.
São Paulo is often compared to New York City, and is even referred to as the New York City of the Southern Hemisphere. The city even built a scaled ...