Transamerica Classic La Residence
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... us had expected, but then again, how could I expect this, I met these people a few hours before. There were many congratulations and lots of speeches which was followed by cake.
After dessert, everyone strted to leave so Rod, Sam and I decided to go and meet Bruno out in town, despite it being about 2am in the morning already. We met him and some friends out in a bar and had a few quick beers before deciding that it was already too late to do anything fun, so we came ...
... an all you can eat barbecue where they bring big skewers of meat around and carve it at your table, and you can flip your card around between green 'yes bring me more meat' and red 'no I'm too stuffed' - we kept flipping to red but then couldn't resist flipping back to green when we saw something good come out! Top sirloin, chicken hearts and wild boar were the highlights, but there was also a fantastic self service salad bar with cold cuts, mozzarella, sundried tomatoes ...
... shutters and metal door barricades are down, but as soon as they open, it's lively, happy and energetic. Sao Paulo seemed the iconic city of contrasts.
Next I found a taxi and showed the driver the address. It took them about 10 minutes to figure out where the address was, and they kept asking me whether I was sure that, that had been the address I wanted to go to. I said yes, but started to feel a bit uneasy amid the confusion. As we drove away fromt the ...
... I think it's appropriate that this week goes to fellow Notre Dame '15 Daniel Sullivan. Dan and I semi-unintentionally ended up spending most of yesterday at a mostly classic rock music festival. After an hour long drive with his host mother and sister, we found ourselves in a surprisingly quaint German suburb of São Paulo called Embu das Artes.
The event was sponsored by a very classy bar, so for people who didn't want to spend a fortune the event was very ...
... are big meat eaters, so there were many different cuts and preparations of meat, from roast pork to oxtail. (of which I had to sample all of it). The dessert table was really good too, and had my favorite Brazilian dessert, Pudim de Leite Condensado (Brazilian Flan). What a great first meal to have after arriving.
We then headed to our Hotel on Ave Paulista in Bela Vista, São Paulo. We weren't able to get to our hotel as the entire street (and a few ...