Plaza Inn American Loft
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... we had been invited to. It was Italian themed so we had to wear some sort of Italian colours.
When we arrived I instantly realized that I was under dressed for the occasion. It was a fancy event, and I was wearing maroon pants and a t shirt. Woops. We got treated to a lot of beer and an amazing pasta dinner while socializing with some of the people there.
We were treated to a crazy surprise when one of the guys there proposed to his girlfriend. Something that ...
... fly back to the UK.
That night we went back to Villa Madelena, drank lots and hung out with Brisa and pals. Even in this down at heel (not even shabby chic), unpretentious watering hole, which also doubles up as a video rental and book shop, the food is great. We have a sharing platter of mozzarella balls, thinly sliced rare beef, and sun dried tomatoes - actual tomatoes dried in the sun covered in olive oil and herbs, not out of a jar! I learnt that mixing beer, ...
... match was on big screens at this Irish pub. Brazilian guys had jumped on the Superbowl bandwagon and were sporting Ravens jerseys, although they would cheer at anything that happened during the game, By the end of the smash Denver Broncos 49-27 win, we had converted several fans. Kick-off wasn't until 9:30pm in Brazil, getting us home around 3am.
On a free Saturday morning, Nancy Berenato and I took ...
Back in Sao Paulo we continued to stay with Laura and explore the city with the group of friends we had made the previous weekend. Throughout the next few days the party continued. We first went to a giant rager that was a yearly event sponsored by our friends' university. It was held on a giant dance floor- the walls of which were stacked 6' high with cases of free beer. The next night we tagged along to a birthday party at a house in the wealthier part of the ...
... a kind of gate. At first I thought the man sitting against the side was in some sort of steam punk style wheelchair for people that are handicapped all over, I see a membership checker at the Costco in a similar contraption so I extrapolated. I didn’t want to stare and I played like I saw nothing out of the ordinary. In fact it was the fare taker in a special cage with a gate and cash box. I rode for a ...