Staybridge Suites Sao Paulo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Outdoor pool
- Room service
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We woke up so late today thanks to making it home at about 5am so we decided to go back to sleep and only started doing activities at about 3pm. Sam and I caught the metro to Praca de Republica and checked it our for a while.
We had heard that there was a lookout from a bar, on the top floor of one of Sao Paulos biggest buildings, but it had a $30R cover charge to get in. We thought we would give it a go anyway. We got to the 36th floor and despite not having ...
... blame them - still didn't feel quite in the spirit of things but I dot think it is for me to judge! The stadium itself is pretty disappointing. Two stands are temporary since they ran out of time and it just felt really strange since it wasn't fully enclosed. The game was the epiphany of frustration. We looked nervous, poor touch and lacked any sort of confidence on the ball. At least the atmosphere in ...
... it but it was only an hour later which didn't work out to bad. Once we had seen Jo off through check in, we also checked in with our airline and had around an hour to wait after her flight had gone. The airport was very small only a couple of gates and small planes were used in this airport. No such thing as duty free! Once we had landed we got the bus that connected the airport to the metro. We planned to take ...
... it the engine of brazil as its a working city, you'd be forgiven for thinking some streets in the centre resemble New York or London with the tall buildings, etc. Personally by the time I got to Sao Paulo I was 'done' with cities as sometimes they done really afford you a real insight into a country, it's people and cultures. Nonetheless I found some great sites, such as the museum ...
... the airport. We boarded and coach and started heading towards the city center of São Paulo. Along the way Fernando (who I think looks remarkably like Russel Crowe) was giving us some background about the city of São Paulo and the general layout. It is the largest city in Brazil and is also the financial capital. The thing that is the most noticeable as you drive through the city is the amount of disparity between rich and poor. There is a very small portion of ...