Transamerica Executive Perdizes
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the next day catching up with our good friends, Doomy and Lia and having them spoil us with amazing cocktails, local Brazillian drinks and real non-backpacker food! It was so nice to have locals take us around and see the posh parts of the ...
... for the a dead rubber against Costa Rica. There was no party on this night!
At this point I will spare everyone the effort of reading about each and every World Cup game we watched on tv or the fan fest or at the game and go over the rest of my highlights up until I headed to Belo Horizonte:
Went to the national museum of football and got told off for lifting the replica World Cup trophy- what? It's a replica!
Local markets in São Paulo and the stunning array of ...
... posh pizzeria for dinner, where they keep it under a lid and serve you one slice at a time. We would have preferred it if we could just serve ourselves... Since it slowed down our usual eating pace! But we somehow found room for 2 very chocolatey desserts too :-) Overall we had a good week in São Paulo but it was just too big a city for us. It is like London in many ways but with an awful public transport network and few tourist sights - give us a smaller cultural town ...
... vegetation growing wherever where there was some earth exposed, the combination of these elements gave the city the look of an abandoned jurassic city. It all seemed very dark until the bus passed through some areas of the city with bars and take-away shops, which were teaming with light and life at 2 in the morning. That was when I remembered how these huge South American cities work: it usually seems you are in a really dodgey part of the city most of the time, when ...
... big, has a bar, swimming pool and is just around the corner from the metro station which was handy on a dark night in Sao Paulo. The receptionist told us some roads to stay clear of around the hostel, where the druggies hung about as he put it and gave us a small area that was safe at night. The most we ventured out was to get dinner from the supermarket. Not the most exciting ...