´The Time Othon Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... interesting pieces of artwork inside and out the front. We walked back to the subway and on the way back realized that Sao Paulo isn't particularly a city that welcomes many tourists. Despite having a great night life,
We came back to Bruno's place, ordered a pizza and cooked some dinner, watched inglorious basterds before packing up our stuff, saying our thank you's and goodbye and walking to the metro, to catch the train to the bus station! We are off to ...
... some drunk English fans ended up fighting one another in the row in front. With an antagonised young West Ham 'winning' a fight against two others by biting off one of their ear lobes... It was a pretty horrific experience and marred my memories of the match... But England were out of the World Cup so at least I had something to remind me that there are more important things in life, including retaining ones ear ...
... that was recommended to us called the Spot. This was the hit place to go if you wanted to be spotted or to catch local celebrities. When we arrived it was an hours wait for the table as it was very busy. We started off with drinks around the bar whilst we waited then was taken to our table after around 40 minutes. This went by really quickly as we were all this time trying to work out the menu which was in Portuguese. ...
... ve heard that Rio can be expensive and so we want to have enough funds to enjoy our last week away) which involved cooking ourselves dinner on most nights. Unfortunately the ingredients we got from the local supermarket were more than dubious and as such our meals were somewhat underwhelming, to put it nicely. The steak we used to make steak sandwiches was like chewing rubber. Communicating is very hard as ...
... of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of São Paulo, Brazil, and its construction began in 1913 and ended four decades later. The São Paulo Metropolitan Cathedral is considered to be the 4th largest neo-gothic cathedral in the world. As we arrived there on a Sunday around 10:45am the cathedral was filling up with parishioners for Sunday morning service, so we had a quick opportunity to take some photos. What was striking to me was the shear magnitude of it, with ...