Staybridge Suites Sao Paulo
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... we thought screw it, we will go to the Brazilian football museum. Now were we're getting somewhere. The cab ride is still berserk as the strikes in the city are leaving the traffic banked up for miles. It's pretty bad. But at the glorious football museum we saw things like the first football World Cup, Brazils amazing history at winning the cup and played a small weird virtual game of football. There was so much to see but again it's evident how much Brazilians live for ...
... experience. A waiter appears at your table every minute to offer you something else that you want to put in your mouth. I was getting extremely anxious with the language barrier, so I would keep my card at green only for a very brief period of time. The service was magnificent though, I still can't believe how well they treated us. Definitely an experience worth the $80 we spent each (tip and a caprinha each included).
The next morning we woke up early to catch our flight to Rio de Janeiro.
Well, it is a bit of a shock after my days in paradise. Such a shock that big city + the constant ******* rain I got there made me stay only for 3 days there. This city is buzzing and you can go out a lot, eat well, etc. but people are here for working, to make money and you can feel that.
It has also definitely grown too quickly and the infrastructure ...
... I don't know their rules so I'll leave it there. The park is home to the largest flock of black swans that I have ever seen anywhere, Jaws sized Koi fish and a pretty sweet jumping fountain. You can also rent bikes there to explore the trails and the park is also host to a plethora of museums, the highlight being the Afro-South American Museum. Save several hours to explore them all.
As we were preparing to depart we were warned not to tarry as ...
... are pretty
cheap at 10 real which is about NZD$6. Gonna have to get a new one when I
reach my actual destination.
Anyway, back to the mall. The mall is situated at a pretty upmarket
neighborhood and indeed it looks fancy. I looked a bit odd since I
trekked for about 10 mins in the rain to get there. One interesting
thing I noticed was that people can take their dogs into the mall.
People were just casually ...