San Raphael Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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We woke up at 9:00AM well rested after lounging all day yesterday. We were hungry but did not feel like eating junk food so we decided we were going to walk to a Pizzeria called Pizzaria Stella. We got ready and left the hotel at 9:30AM. It took us an hour and 59 minutes to get there so we got there at 11:29 AM. We bought 25R worth ...
... and screaming for excitement because they made it to the final! ~ ALEX I've noticed there are a lot of Argentinians in the town wearing their team shirts, singing, cheering and mocking the Brazilians for losing 7-1 to the Germans. When we got to the train station there seemed to be a lot of people wearing orange shirts. A few were Dutch supporters but the majority of them were Brazilian supporting the Dutch. There is a fierce rivalry between Brazil and ...
... about 12 degrees here and raining... So we decided to hit the beach (of course). So Kathy organised our 2 hour route to the beach and we were on our way. First we navigated the subway and got a train (actually not as hard as we thought it would be). And this was actually pretty exciting. The mood of our group instantly lifted as we were finally doing something (not just sitting in our hostel). Then we had a hour long bus ride to get to the city of Santos. ...
... best not to stop at traffic lights, or even enter their gated houses when people they don't know are close by on the street, preferring to drive around the block instead. Sound like a nightmare? You’d be forgiven for thinking so, but there is so much more to Sao Paolo than this – and luckily for us we spent the week staying with wonderful hosts, Mirić and Fernando, a couple from Sao Paolo that we met ...
... pigs knuckles, snout or tongue. Fortunately they also serve this dish with the meats separated out so we could take what we want. I also found out that Brazilian desert is VERY sweet! Nevertheless, Dolce de Leite is worth the extra carbs! Our first meal in Brazil and our first all-u-can-eat (but not our last!).
Well we still had some time before check-in so it was off to Estado Municipal (Municipal Stadium). I'm no soccer fan, but it was fun to go ...