Transamerica Prime International Plaza
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... is at 1920. Strangely, Iberia have another flight 10 minutes earlier, which would have been more convenient as it goes onto T4S (where the São Paulo flight leaves from) instead of T4 but it appears I couldn't take that one. I left home for the 1544. Tom and I had had a row a week earlier which hadn't really settled down, and I know he hates me being away, so I was relieved to leave. He did give me a nice goodbye, though, and I was most surprised when I ...
... Futebol which provided a detailed account of each World Cup to date and later took a walk down Av Paulista, the lively commercial centre of Sao Paulo.
Culinary highlights included a ‘pernil’ (pork loin) sandwich at the Mercado Municipal and an overpriced pizza in the upmarket district of Pinheiro.
Onward bus to Paraty, 6 ...
By 4pm I had boarded my flight to Munich and was delighted to see that not only was there no one in the seat next to me, but there wasn't anyone in the whole row of the plane, so I was able to spread my stuff out and relax for the 12 hour flight. I knew that the Munich temperatures were in the 20's and 30's, so I sadly said goodbye to the warm Sao Paoloan weather and got my coat and scarf handy.
... They consider the traffic relief from their software to be part of it and they are working on software to allow carpoolers to find each other.
So the SkyBar at hotel Unique was our dinner destination. Tonight Fernando came with us. Great views of the city all lit up but my camera stinks so sorry, no pictures. There was a whole section that was outside in the open air (like everything here - ...
... harmless, but nonetheless intimidating when you don't speak their language. Our tour guide reassured us that all they wanted were homes, and as we had none of these in our pockets we were safe, but still advised us not to come back on our own.
That evening, after another deluge and a melt in your mouth pizza, we headed out to a street party near to the one we'd headed to the night before with some people we'd met on the bus to Sao Paulo, some Paulistanos they'd met, ...