Pullman SP International Airport
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... the prizes and drew the raffle. Prizes were highly desirable authentic shirts, soccer balls and tickets to two games (chauffeur driven to and from the grounds). The lottery was drawn by the client's executives-and would you believe it- the first prize winner was Ramin. Being a gracious (and management) he put the prize back in the draw, as did Kamran when his name was drawn later in the ballot. The factory floor workers certainly applauded those ...
We are gathered at hotel lobby to head out to Sky Bar to cap off our last evening in Sao Paulo and it was a fantastic evening. Our tour guide, Fernando Fillet, wanted to share his favorite hang out spot, Sky Bar in Sao Paulo. I have to agree that it a fantastic atmosphere, complemented by amazing views, as the Bar is located a top of Hotel ...
... we went up the 3rd tallest building in Brazil (and Sao Paulo), which was designed after the Empire State building. We only got about 5 minutes at the top, but the view was 360░ of Sao Paulo- in perfect weather. After a quick detour via the same lunch place as the walking tour (and some more acai), we headed for the 2nd tallest building in the area- the Italia building. This was open from 3-4 for free and again, gave views of the entire city. There was ...
... We went into a few museums in the park before heading up the road to Avenida Paulista. That night we met Katia/Eduardo and two of their friends and we went for pizza. We ordered all sorts of pizza┤s including one which had broccoli and another which had ham, cheese, onions, egg and peas. They all went down very well and we cant be accused of not trying something different! We then got Ašia for desert ...
... in Praca Se before moving on to Corinthians football statdium, the Pacaembu. This houses the Brazilian football museum, which kept our attention (well at least mine) for a good few hours.
I had been eager to visit Sao Paulo just to see how big the place is. I had been advised by many not to go as it isn't a great place to visit, but I actually enjoyed it a lot. The city is very much like a ...