Savoy Palace Hotel
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... street sellers, craft markets and at least 4 museums and art galleries. (those of you reading from the FC, I think an educational visit is in order, its multi user recreation done perfectly!) It was beautiful, the sun was shining and everyone was loving it. We couldnt find the bike hire place so ended up just walking. We walked for about 2.5 hours and still hadnt even seen half of it! We stopped by the lake and had a coconut water, because all the locals ...
... check - give documentation, take photo and finger prints of both hands - before taking the elevator. In contrast to the previous meetings, this time we had all the attention from Mr. Rodrigo Lima and Ms. Marcia Almeida. They wanted to know all about our program, expectations and future plans. After that, we went to a restaurant where we continue talking, laughing, sharing stories and drinking the best kiwi caipirinha I have ever tried. ...
Another weekend another city. This time the biggest city in the Southern Hemisphere. We hopped straight onto the Metro and found our way to Vila Madalena. Metro with backpacks is a little unpleasant. It was raining buckets and we got drenched walking to find a hostel. Bags down and starving, we strolled for food and ate our first Brazilian dish - sausage, beans, rice, chips and salad - ring any bells? We were lucky to have any food after struggling to order ...
... graffiti artists who are apparently paid millions for large corporate murals. Mind you this is the good graffiti. The rest of the city is littered with ugly “Tribe” vandalism defacing almost every building in Sao Paulo. You can't help but note that there are gates and security around all the nicer neighborhoods to keep the rift raff out. It is almost as if the disparaged are in a prison of poverty while the well-to-do ...
... the family who ran it lived in the basement. It had a lovely feel to it and everything was easy. After meandering aimlessly around the supermarket not having a clue what we wanted to cook, but knew we couldn't stomach pasta again, i suggested we had our first bit of 'street food' as i had seen some stalls by the metro station. We had a meat kebab stick and a portion of fries - it was immense, and so incredibly cheap - I loved Sao Paulo right then. Back at ...