Hotel Transamerica Sao Paulo
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... t very long (3.6km) but was very steep through the rainforest in 32 degree heat, finishing with 252 steps to climb to the summit. (she isn't kidding, it was literally straight up!!!) Once up there though, it was really worth it. We were able to see how big São Paulo actually is - even looking from where we were, you couldn't see where it ended! Anyways, must dash got a bus to catch and a million sequins to sew. Much love and Carnivals fun The Samba Wannabes ...
... for all of the large groups that this meeting space brings.
In the evening, we went out to enjoy Sao Paulo. We started at the Skye Bar on the top of the Unique Hotel for a quick drink, then had dinner at the iconic Figueira Rubaiyat restaurant. At this restaurant all of the tables sit below a majestic tropical fig tree which is over 100 years old. It was a beautiful restaurant with delicious food! Definitely a win-win ...
... in New York. From here we walked cobbled streets to Mercado Municipal. The walk there was something. Shops were bursting in Brazillian soccer fever - all the shops had a massive range of supporters gear and souvenirs for the soccer world cup. Furthermore the streets were packed with vendors and salespeople (for want of a better word) who stood around with cards, trying to get people to visit the shops on their cards. Mercado Municipal was a large ...
... Paulista, a surprise treat for Josh for his birthday during the week, a few days of luxury at L'Hotel - champagne on arrival was a lovely welcome and our suite had 2 bathrooms, a lounge, and bedroom!!! São Paulo is monsterous and a city that is all about money, image and being seen, with shopping and eating out people's favourite past times. Every imagineable cuisine available from fine dining to casual cafes. Making the most ...
... br> Police were visible everywhere and stationed in mass in many prime locations. Evidence of the evenings frustrations were visible everywhere we went. Graffiti, shattered glass, boarded up windows and piles of burned property littered every block. It wasn't the sort of thing that inspired us to extend our stay.
Don't get me wrong, we made 2 walking tours and traveled all over Sao Paulo central and never felt threatened nor did we feel ...