Radisson Vila Olimpia
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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Finally it has all started. Hard to realise that I will be away from home for 6 months and I must admit on the first day here in Sao Paulo I was culture shocked quite a bit. This whole place just differentiates significantly from the Western World and it is really interesting and amazing to notice these differences.
My flight was very decent, some small turbulences, but other than that I can not complain. Swiss Air was extremely punctual, there were no delays ...
... off ramp to exit, we even passed by some transvestites and their pimps who didn't bother us one bit.
The next day we aimed to go to the Pinacoteca, one of the country's best museums. This involved a walk that turned out to be sketchy right before you hit one of the old train stations of the city, the Luz. The station is gorgeous though, looks like something that was pulled out of an old European city. Though we wanted to get to the museum as fast as possible, we were sidetracked by ...
... the end of the Champions League final, was a pretty epic ending. We walked back to the concert arena, and witnessed an amazing performance from a German Funk Jazz band named Seed. They were brilliant and I was so happy I had come, because me and Nadia were dancing around having a wonderful time. After, we were suppose to head out for the night, but realised we were in the wrong attire and headed back to the hostel, however Benji assured us that we could wear trainers here, and ...
... have flashbacks to the Peru markets, but luckily Kellie was quite restrained and we left having only bought things from one shop. We were going to visit one of the oldest churches in the region, but it was closed for lunch. Not having the best luck we headed from here to visit some friends of Michael and Cassia's who lived nearby in a gated community. Their house was lovely and the lunch they gave us was even nicer. They showed us great hospitality and even had a ...
... to ask questions about J&J’s sourcing within and outside of Brazil. Alex was a bit late so we didn’t get to really sitdown and ask a lot of questions. It would have been nice if we could have shortened our visits to Embraer and J&J and visited Monsanto which is also in the area.
That night we went to the restaurant Spot. At Fernando’s recommendation I had the penne with prosciutto and melon. It ...