The Capital GC Hoteis
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... to the bar on the 42nd floor yet, we did have a nice view from a couple of windows.
First thing is first, this is the biggest city in the southern hemisphere. There are 20 million people that live here. It is incomprehensible how large this place actually is. I did my best today to try and understand how this city works but it is a little hard. There are huge skyscrapers literally as far as you could ever possibly see.
We tried to go up to the ...
... was great, with lots of English fans singing loud and proud although the Uruguay fans outnumbered us 2-1. Well we all know what happened in the match, typical England... But towards the end of the game fights broke out between English and local Brazilians, perhaps Corinthian fans. It seems that the local hooligans, which Brazil is famous for, were intent on proving their toughness against the ...
... to the area of our booked hostel but when we changed lines to take the final metro it was rush hour and was absolutely packed. There was no chance we were getting on with our bags and luggage so after 5 metros had come and gone we gave up with all the pushing and shoving and took a taxi. It's surprising that no one gets injured as it was ridiculous how many people were trying to cram on one small metro train. The taxi ...
... which was more my kind of museum! A visit to the Mercado Municipal was an eye-opener, it's basically a huge indoor market where you can sample an array of fruits, meat and wine! Having seen most of the main sites I decided to cut short my time in Sao Paulo, in search for some sun and sand, hence ending up in a little beach town called Paraty of which the next post will go into more detail ...
... that has the majority of wealth in the country and it is very evident by looking at the architecture around.
Our first stop was the Liberdade. Liberdade (“freedom” in Portuguese) is São Paulo's Asian district. Even though Liberdade features various Asian businesses, its origins and main cultural references are markedly Japanese, and so it's commonly referred to as the Japanese district. As it was raining pretty heavily, most of the stalls ...