Ramada Sao Paulo Jardins
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All I needed to do was click my heals and say "there's no place like home"...
A few snaps from on the way to Viracopos airport near Campinas.
People always ask why I insist on the window seat, this is why: The take off video is here.
Its good to be home.
... slowing becoming more affordable for brazilians). Brazilian airports have the vast majority of shops and food places before check in, which is weird because the tax is so high that you'd think duty free would be popular! We flew with Azul who were the cheapest and supposed to be the Brazilian lost cost airline, but it's no wonder flying is expensive for the brazilians because you get given ...
... his explanation that one arrives in style to land on a high rise building directly above us. If the traffic on the day of the Brazil v Mexico game is anything to go by then quite honestly I don't blame them. Having fought the crowds on the metro to arrive at the Fifa fan fest to watch the game, we are dismayed to see hoards of people queuing outside the venue with still an hour and a half until kick off. Fortunately, Chris and wife Yasmin's decision to bring ...
... I have never seen or tasted this fruit before and it was quite unique and delicious. I also tried a Brazilian specialty called Bolinho de Bacalhau which was a type of fish cake. It was also quite good. All in all it was worth the visit!
As our flight back to Canada was later that day we headed back to the hotel to grab our bags and to catch the bus to the airport. Who knew that one more adventure awaited us?! When we arrived at the ...
I slept relatively easy after such a long flight, and awoke at 7am to head to work meetings. Stepping out of the hotel into the balmy morning air was refreshing and I felt like I was on vacation in the Caribbean, waiting to be picked up for a day tour instead of being picked up to be in meetings for most of the day. Oh, well. We broke for lunch by going to Montana Churrascaria, a Brazilian barbeque restaurant in Campinas in an upscale shopping area. We started at ...