Transamerica Prime Paradise Garden
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... impressed with the youth team I watched- their touch was impeccable and left me wondering what standard they play at.
So another overnight bus and finally my flight to São Paulo- now the World Cup can begin!
I was meeting my friend Leon at the world cup ticket pick up point at airport (he flew over just for the São Paulo games) and since he arrived 5 hours or so earlier than me I had a mini panic when he wasn't there as my phone had packed in and I had ...
... the class of Ronaldo shone through in the end when he crossed an inch perfect ball for Portugal to equalise. We had also visited the Football Museum earlier in the day which as very interesting to the converted.
Today we went to our first match - Holland v Chile - 63,000 people in the Arena Corinthians - traveled by train - very exciting and the emotions of the Chiean supporters in particular was amazing to see- a good game which Holland won deservedly 2-0 and after ...
Food & Drink
Favourite Local Dish: Mortadella Sandwich – The biggest fattest meat sandwich ever
New Tastes: Mortadella Sandwich & Black Dog (A hotdog!)
Hotel Paulista - $57 a night for a room with 3 beds, really nice brekkie included on the rooftop.
... hotel and then prepared for dinner at 7:30. Another small mixed group traveled down the hill from our hotel to JAM, Japanese art and music. After some negotiations and interpretation of the Portuguese menu, we ordered some drinks and the equivalent of two sushi boats for 4 each. The result was quite good. Interaction with the wait staff was a little difficult but Rodrigo was very accommodating. After a busy day of traveling and plant tours, we were happy for an early ...
... this was not a typical cross-section of Sao Paulo residents, and was proven right over the next two days.
Ironically, this is because the residents of SP are what makes the city. Sao Paulo doesn't have the natural beauty of Rio; it's the epitome of concrete jungle. There are high rise blocks as far as the eye can see. It even fails to offer the attractions a big city should have. The food market and football museum are about only ones of note. Yet there were a whole ...