Othon Classic Sao Paulo
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... The pair manage to sport some familiar sights from their taxi ride to their motel. Ryan tries to consult his map on his phone but Cirsty reminds him that this might make them a target. Ryan looks anyway. They pass underneath a monorail that didn't quite get finished in time for the World Cup. Ryan spots some fellow Aussies across the street. A passing local points up at a flag hanging from a balcony. To their surprise it's ...
... an overnight bus to Florianopolis on Monday.
The final part of the journey from Maranduba was a drive through Sao Paulo to get to Mikes....... never felt so lucky to get out of a car in one piece, Paulistano's are mental drivers.
Getting to Mike's also meant a real treat......... after a week without.......wifi!
Traveller tip of the day: Do not drive in Sao Paulo unless you really, really have to.
... and then, once installed, some of the guys there insisted we share a plate of the delicious food they'd cooked. How often would any of this happen to foreigners in London?
Having wanted to see quite a few things in the city, we only had time to check out one fairly small area around Chinatown. S. P. is MASSIVE! In fact, on the bus leaving town later that day we were still driving past full on skyscrapers ...
... technology for sugarcane cultivation in the world, uses modern equipment and cheap sugar cane as feedstock, the residual cane-waste (bagasse) is used to produce heat and power, which results in a very competitive price and also in a high energy balance (output energy/input energy). The U.S. EPA designated Brazilian sugarcane ethanol as an advanced bio-fuel due to its 61% reduction of total life cycle greenhouse gas emissions, including direct indirect land use ...
... airport's duty free shop when you come and visit me... Wine prices are just as crazy : 35 euros for a bottle of Corbières ??!!! I think I'm going to become a Latin American wine expert :)
Did you know that... Brazilians eat avocado as... a dessert or breakfast, in a sweet way (with sugar !) and my friends were very surprised to hear that we, the Frenchies, eat it with lemon and salt or even better, with a mustard vinaigrette as a starter !
That's it for now !