Radisson Faria Lima Hotel Sao Paulo
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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... it's the little things that make traveling fun. The best part - I actually got to work from the hotel for the day and didn't have to go to the office. Of course I had to take a trip to my favorite store and buy havaianas flip flops for my sister and nieces. How many other people can say they have actual havaianas from Brazil.. My family is so lucky :)
Tuesday was a tough day to wake up. I was still tired from the day before ...
... all had lunch at the most amazing market and found different places to have lunch there. We had an arabic food lunch of falafal, pistachio nut with honey dessert, and a few other things from the menu that looked the most adveturous (we still dont know what they were). The guys had 5 lb sandwiches that the seen once in a movie set at this foodcourt. Excellent. Later we all went out for yummy sushi together and had a very nice dinner. We ...
... told us the town didn´t really have a beach. Its really flat too so I get to go for a bit of a swim. Its the perfect beach for swimming because its really shallow and murky. It means I can swim out & around a boat knowing I can stand up if I get tired but also the murkiness means there is no visibility. If the water is clear I´m always seeing shark shapes in the corner of my eye so I´m thankfull for the murkiness!
... to get to what we assumed was the main street (guided by lonely planet of course...).Both of us almost chucking child-like tanties; we had a beer and a sit and decided to wave the white flag. We took the metro back to the hostel, made some popcorn (have become completely obsessed) and crashed.
Day two in Sao Paulo felt like round two. But I wasn’t going to be beaten. We made a plan this time. Marked sights on the ...