Staybridge Suites Sao Paulo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Concierge desk
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... of these off, hey clumsy people have to think about these things...). My main 2 observations, the avocados were the size of my head, not kidding and the bacon is erm... different? It comes in lumps and you have to cut off the rind and slice it. Tastes good though...
So hope my first post wasn’t too boring... I’m sure there are loads of things I’ve missed but anyways, I miss you all and wish you could be here ...
... party for us. And, the guy sitting next to us on the plane we are on now offered me and my Mom some of his food. Marco, our host in Salvador, drove us around town to get us wherever we needed.
Things to watch out for in Brazil:
The sun comes up at 5 am and goes down at 5 pm around the winter solstice which is today, June 21st.
When we leave Brazil, I will miss...
Portugese, because I like the language better than Spanish.
Day 16: Maranduba to Sao Paulo
After a week in Maranduba, it was time to move on. A really relaxing week and importantly the tan was getting there!
During the course of the week, some of the guys staying at Conveis had raved about Florianopilis, an island to the South in the state of Santa Catarina. So the plan changed again........ I headed back to stay with Mikey in Sao Paulo for a few days with the plan ...
Arrived in São Paulo pretty tired after overnight flight. Had both managed to sleep though which was a good start. Through customs and picked up bags no worries then went to get cash out of ATM. After reading all about ATM fraud in São Paulo we tried our luck, thinking that we needed some for the taxi. Went to HSBC ATMs, hoping that as a bank it would be better. Watched people and two people tried the one on the left with no luck which was a warning sign ...
... the financial center of Brazil. The city is nicknamed "the concrete jungle "and understandably so as you can see in the pictures.
The City Tour began with an orientation ride through downtown São Paulo to visit some of the first constructions in the city and foundation mark. We rode through the busy streets and visited key locations, saw a replica of the Empire State building and I quickly remembered seeing ...