Slaviero Slim Congonhas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Just had lunch in the house I'll be staying at for the next 8 weeks; rice, chicken and beans, cooked up by the maid. I'm living with 13 other guys, all Brazilian. Met a girl from ABIPE at the airport and a driver Jose, who took me to Araraquara. He ...
4 weeks down and we arrived at our final destination of Sao Paulo. Sao Paulo is a mega metropolis and is definitely the lesser visited of the two major cities of Brazil. I had heard Sao Paulo described as the "ugly stepsister" of Rio so my expectations of the city were pretty low. As a result, we had decided to make our visit to Sao Paulo fairly brief. Well I can say that I was pleasantly surprised by the city. Although we were only there for a ...
... wandering the streets. There are many restaurants nearby and I have yet to be disappointed with the food or drinks. On the drinks side of things, the national cocktail is the caipirinha, a delicious lime concoction made with cachaça, an alcohol distilled from sugar cane. In the food department, everything is fried and cheesy – my kryptonite. Good thing I’m only here a week. Back on the elliptical when I get ...
... min, google maps finally guided us to the restaurant and it was not opened yet. But we found it. We reserved a table for the group at 8 pm. The restaurant fortunately had English menus but our waitress did not speak English and she was in training. I had the Monday special which was a local beef stew with rice and beans and fried bananas. After a bunch of beers and trying to figure out who had cash to pay the bill, we were out of there and it was bed time for ...
... and a multitude of theatres and cultural activities.
Regarded as an "ugly and gray concrete jungle" even by many Paulistanos, São Paulo's city center indeed does not conform to a standard definition of "beauty", but nonetheless, it has become a source of inspiration for countless artists and photographers who can see on it much of the personality of the city. However we enjoyed it and looked forward to fly to Africa. Zambia we are ...