Staybridge Suites Sao Paulo
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... ate for 42.75R. We enjoyed traditional mocoto which is a stew made with cows feet, beans, and assorted vegetables. We had enough left overs for dinner. When we finished it was 4:36PM so we took the bus back to our hotel so we got back at 6:32PM. We taught English again to the same students for 3 hours at the same price (65R/h) and managed to make 1170R. It was already 9:32PM and we were starving so we ate the leftovers and finally went to bed at ...
So we stopped by Sao Paulo "Sampa" on our way from Paraty to Iguassu Falls. This is the biggest city in the Southern Hemisphere with a population of 19M - and it was vibrant and had a good feeling about it. We explored the safer part of the city at night - ...
No words of the day, no nice things to say. We got up at 5 and travelled to the local airport to catch an internal flight from sunny rio. Our cab ride was pretty uneventful and we arrived with about 2 hours to spare. Whilst checking in our bags the lady behind the counter laughed at the hologram in our passport then had a good chuckle in Portuguese with the guy behind her. Not knowing what was happening we smiled and nodded and went along with the situation. Then ...
... the party atmosphere of Augusto street (like the Brazilian version of Soho) with a huge street party vibe – we’ve never seen so many people drunk in the street on an average evening before, apart from perhaps Salvador!
Without doubt the highlight of the week though was the traditional Brazilian “churrasco” we were treated to at Fernando’s parents’ house. An ...
... words he knew in English but did he really think i didn't know it was meat? And, having visited Quebec a lot, I incorrectly assumed more people would speak some English in Brazil. WRONG! It makes sense with the poor public education system, but I had become accustom to people from Quebec and Europe just switching to English as soon as I spoke to accomodate my lazy, monolinguistic butt!
Stuffed with meat, back to the hotel for some sleep (I need it!).