Transamerica Classic Higienopolis
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... is like the Central park equivalent of SP. Sam and I walked around a bit exploring, but we were both so tired so it was a pretty short visit. It had a huge water fountain and some really pretty jacaranda trees, and was filled with people exercising and chilling out. Also a really popular spot for slacklining due to the huge number of trees.
We went back to Bruno's house, and had a nap before getting ready to head out. Jess and Rod's auntie and uncle were throwing a ...
... watching football of course - Ash is very clever about his timings!) The next day we trudged around trying to find a laundry - pretty difficult as on the whole they are too wealthy so everywhere is just a dry cleaners that charges per item! We eventually found a self-service 'fill a basket' place that had wifi and computers to use while you waited - result! Ash went off to the Fan Fest to watch Germany v Portugal while Lucy waited for the laundry to finish (typical ...
... city and then a private taxi from there to Junior's house, which was not what I had been expecting it to be.
My bus ride into South America's largest metropolis revealed a city that looked old, neglected, worn-out and abused. All of the walls of all of the buildings on the street level were laden with black graffiti sprayed with the intention to vandalise rather than to make art. The buildings looked very dirty and mostly a grey or light grey/brown colour. ...
... About a thousand people were jammed onto a basketball court in which even the goals are plastered with street art. The smell of a hundred cigarettes and not a few joints was probably the first thing I noticed upon walking in though. Outside the place, street vendors were selling cheap beer (it's legal to carry an open container on the sidewalk here) and police officers looked amused as they maintained a semblance of order. The highlight of the event was one of ...
... of the Empire State Building, complete with observation deck, known as the Banespa building. We also drove by the Theatro Municpal São Paulo (Municipal theater) which was again a little difficult to see in the rain, so additional photo added.
From there we drove to the Estádio Municipal Paulo Machado de Carvalho, São Paulo (Municipal Soccer stadium) that is the home of the Sao Paulo soccer team, Corintians. The stadium is also know as Estadio do Pacaembu. ...